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Review for Cambodia Corps Inc, Alpena, MI, USA
I have been working in Mondulkiri province for 4 years now with the organisation Nomad RSI (www.nomadrsi.org). I know the work of CCi since 2009 as they contacted my organisation as they were helping their students from Mondulkiri which have graduated from University to find jobs. Then the next year my organisation started a new project and we have recruited, Chan Oeng, a CCi student who is still working with us nowadays. Then the next year we have collaborate with CCi to support young traditional healers from Mondulkiri province to attend the national course on traditional medicine in Phnom Penh. Two students have been living in the Indigenous Student Centre in Phnom Penh for 6 month. This was a great opportunity as both of them had never been to Phnom Penh or any city before and living in a house with many Bunong students had definitely help them to be comfortable and succeed in their study. Both have been graduated and came back to their village with the official recognition as being traditional healers by the Ministry of Health.
Supporting Bunong people to get University degree is a very important contribution to Mondulkiri development. Thanks to CCi we can see every year more young Bunong people with good education involved with NGOs, government agencies which are the best people to build a harmonious development of the province. For our organisation it is great to be able recruit those Bunong students with good education background as it have been one of the main difficulty that we faced, very few Bunong people had the opportunity to study at the university.
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