It is what great pleasure
that once again I write a few words for introducing the presentation of the activities we conducted
and its achievements in 2010,which covering the period January to December 2010.This is the Third year
that DYCFE has been being received the support from Enfant Du Mékong,Cambodia, Temasek Secondary School and
other development partners in order to undertaking activities for this past year. .
I would like to thank our staffs who have
committed their effort in the implementation of our projects. DYCFE`s programs are implementing in the 11 communes of Tramkak district.
Our services are providing to those children-youths and persons with disabilities such as Sponsorship /
Scholarship, Disabled Children Rights Promotion, Non-Formal Education & Library, Disabled Handicraft and
Livelihood & Family Agriculture.
I would like to take this opportunity to
thank all DYCFE partners and relevant Government Agencies who have cooperated the success
of the public awareness on disability issues and elimination all kinds of prejudices towards children-youths and persons with disabilities.. Even if there is the law to protect for those children & youth with disabilities, , but they still face to access in educational opportunities,health takes services and jobs.So we should try our best continue to operate other activities with effectiveness in order to make better chance of those children & youth disabilities.
I would like to express my deepest gratitude to our donors EDM, Cambodia andTemasek Secondary School and one high school from French that has contributed funds to our programs. Without this kind of support and dedication, DYCFE couldn’t undertake its activities.
Especially I would like to extend special thanks to BISHOP OLIVIER SCHMITTHAEUSLER, General Adviser of DYCFE who always encouraged us (through donated some money
for project carrying out) and guided to meet the donors. I hope that Bishop and others involvement partners will
keep assisting DYCFE`s programs in the future, in order to support to those children and youths with disabilities.
MUONG Sopheap (Mrs)