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ISF hosts course for NGO staff coaches

ISF hosts course for NGO staff coaches

Local charity organisation Indochina Starfish Foundation concludes its coach training course this Saturday at National Institute of Physical Education and Sport for 90 participants from ISF and other NGOs based in provinces including Kampot, Kampong Cham, Siem Reap, Kampong Speu, Kandal, Prey Veng, Banteay Meanchey, Kampong Thom, SihanoukVille and Phnom Penh.

ISF Information Officer Yin Samadi told the Post: “The 13-day course, which is [ultimately] aimed at helping homeless kids in Cambodia, will be led by instructors from [international organisation] Coaches Across Continents.” All coaches have their food and accommodation during the course paid for by ISF, which totals around $10,000, according to ISF president Choub Vicheka.

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