Result of First Blog Training for People With Disability in Cambodia

Dear Friends,

It really interesting for the Blog Training for People with Disabilities in Cambodia. Yes of course the large sheet result from the training & group discussion are very important & challenging as bellow:

1- PWDs are very happy to know about blog and happy to have personal blog

2- PWDs will blog both English & Khmer languages and about People With Disabilities

3- They will make Selfhelp Group to make & design blog to help each other within their group and hand out the small project if some one want them to do sth.

4- They are realy want to know deeply about how to make a beautifully blog, need advance training course

* 5- They want to share information to people around the world about themself and people living with disabilities to show that “normal people can do they also can, do not look disabilities but should look their capacity?

* 6- They want to express: they need support on rights base for people with disabilities like: Transportation & Accessibilities: RAM for wheelchair going up stare to study in the Universities, Hospital, Public Garden, Hotel, Restaurant, and especially access to the Toilet, …etc.

* 7- They want to raise and participant in the society, political, economics for their independent living.

******* Who can help and support them? (MoSAVY, DAC, NCDP, CT, HI, CDPO, ……… etc.)
See photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwds/
“Help Disabled People to Help Themself”

Love_CAM
Blog: https://pwds.wordpress.com

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2 Responses so far »

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    The Cambodia Trust has started a new organisation called 400 million R. 400 million R aims to raise awareness of the discrimination experienced by disabled people in countries such as Cambodia. 400 million R would like to hear from people with disabilities about their experiences. Anyone who is interested can join our group on Facebook: just search for Cambodia Trust on facebook and you will find us!

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    bmnot said,

    It’s unsettling to learn about the conditions that many Middle Eastern children are born into, especially with the threat of landmines and explosive remnants of war. The least that these war-torn, impoverished children can get is the knowledge that they won’t accidentally step onto some unexploded ordnance on the way to school. Perhaps, one day Iraq can emulate Jordan in this regard. Jordan’s National Committee for Demining and Rehabilitation (http://www.ncdr.org.jo/) has recently passed particularly effective mine policy that punishes mine peddlers among others. The Jordan Mine Ban Law is one step towards better living conditions: http://www.zawya.com/Story.cfm/sidZAWYA20080401034053.


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