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Disabled students graduated from the first training course run by the AAR Cambodian

Committee.

Taught at the Kien Khleang Vocational Center for the Disabled the 33 students followed

a literacy program and learnt how to make wheelchairs.

These students are now looking for work throughout the country while a second course

gets underway in January,

Anyone seeking to employ the graduates or who is interested in the program should

contact AAR CC at their office at #8, Street 278 or via their mail box at Transair

Cambodia.

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