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Institute Gets World Recognition

Institute Gets World Recognition

The Cambodian School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (CSPO) celebrated its third

graduation ceremony on Mar 22, according to a CSPO press release.

CSPO

also celebrated being awarded "Category II status" by the International Society

for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO), making CSPO one of only four schools in

the world with similar recognition.

Accreditation was received after ISPO

inspected and examined the final year students during January.

CSPO now

offers training to prosthetic and orthotic students from abroad and their Khmer

graduates are now working throughout Cambodia providing services to the

disabled, according to the release.

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