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News Briefs: NGO March fair

News Briefs: NGO March fair

T he Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) is holding a fair for NGOs from

3-4 March at the Tonle Bassac Theater.

The fair aims to promote

understanding and links between local and international NGOs, improve

communication with the government, and show the contribution being made to

Cambodia's reconstruction and development.

The two days will involve key

note speeches, presentations, discussion groups and an exhibition featuring

displays and representatives of NGOs.

A registration fee of $10 is

required to help pay the costs of local organizations. Groups interested in

taking part should immediately contact Joan Anderson at SCF UK on 62157.

 

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