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HI aid correction

HI aid correction

Dear Sir,

I would like to correct a mistake in the article you published on p.13 of the Phnom Penh Post, issue dated July 29 - August 11, 1994, regarding the financial aid given to Handicap International programs by France.

In fact, the amount of aid granted is 4.5 million French francs [$803,000] and not $5 million as printed.

I would be grateful if you could rectify this error as it could lead to a misunderstanding with the ministries in Cambodia which supervise our activities.

- Pascal Simon, National Representative, Handicap International

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