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News Briefs: NGO forum

News Briefs: NGO forum

T he Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) hosts regular monthly meetings

for NGOs and their members working in the country.

Organized by PACT the

forums are organized and run by representatives of Khmer groups and provide an

opportunity for workers to get together and exchange experiences.

NGOs

are welcome to make special announcements or presentations. The next meeting is

on Feb. 5 from 8 am - 2pm at CCC. For more details contact Van Tooch at PACT on

27820.

 

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