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Prosthetics school

Prosthetics school

Dear Sir,

I would like to thank you first of all for your article

publicizing the Trust work and the forthcoming opening of the National School of

Prosthetics and Orthotics, however, there are some minor points which I would be

most grateful if you could make reference to at your next edition.

  1. For your reporter's information, this is how the word prosthetics is spelled

    not prosethetics as printed.

  2. The School is officially recognized as the National School of Prosthetics

    and Orthotics (NSPO) not National School of Prosthetics as reported.

  3. Cambodia Trust's Vice Chairman name is Ravynn Karet Coxen and she is the

    daughter of the late Mr Nginn Karet not Kun Michai.

  4. There are two separate establishments, the National School and the Limb

    fitting center, the latter is responsible for fitting artificial limbs not the

    school. The monthly production averages at 100 approximately.

- Borithy Lun, Community Relations Manager, The Cambodia Trust, Calmette

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