Cambodian Disability Sports Development

 
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Mar 9, 2010

CNVLD Launches new website: www.tobedeter-mined.org

Dear colleagues and friends of the CNVLD The CNVLD, one of Cambodia’s most unique NGO’s with a hard-line policy of international standard financial transparency along with ensuring that 80 % of total income is allocated as direct support to Cambodian athletes with a disability and the landmine survivors of Cambodia, is very proud to announce the launch of a new website showcasing the internationally recognized sports and development programs of the CNVLD. www.tobedeter-mined.org This website is devoted to the upcoming international tour of the CNVLD Exhibition “ To Be Deter-Mined” and showcases the work and achievements of the CNVLD’ sport and development programs through a series of photo essays from some of the world's best photographers including Luke Duggleby, Tim Page and John Vink from Magnum along with images of sculptures from the Exhibition which are manufactured from destroyed weapons Please enjoy www.tobedeter-mined.org The CNVLD: the only Cambodian NGO to receive a UN Best Practices Award – celebrating our 10th year in 2010


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Christopher Minko

Secretary-General
Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh Cambodia

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Map of Cambodian Disability Sports Development