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A. Cordory’s fundraising event

Apprentice Electricians Training supplies


What's it about?

Domestic Electricians
Every week we hear of someone dying due to the lack of training in electric safety in Cambodia. As the country improves its infrastructure and more houses have access to electricity the risks increase. People fail to do simple tests such as checking the power is turned off or a neighbour has “borrowed, your power line. Training our students to work safely will help prevent deaths. The students continue to make good progress and have been doing on the job training at other NGOs in town. All
the students have sponsorship to cover living expenses thanks to the Hesse- Rangle Foundation, other NGOs and private sponsors. Henry, our year long volunteer trainer and his translator are sponsored by the German Government via Welt However funding is needed to cover the costs of materials, if you know of a company in this field who would like to sponsor the training.

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A. Cordory

A. Cordory announced this fundraising event on 07 May 2011.

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