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Mobile Medical Care Centre

Following the success of the MOVINGschools project we were approached by Prof. Lim Kueky of the Cambodian Diabetics Assoc. (CDA) He had acquired a piece of land with a temporary lease and wanted to construct an outpatient clinic. Building Trust visited the site and with the help of local Architect, Stuart Cochlin have been working on providing the design and...

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£10,000.00

Target
£11,000.00

90%

Donations accepted until 31-12-2014

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Mobile Medical Care Centre

Following the success of the MOVINGschools project we were approached by Prof. Lim Kueky of the Cambodian Diabetics Assoc. (CDA) He had acquired a piece of land with a temporary lease and wanted to construct an outpatient clinic. Building Trust visited the site and with the help of local Architect, Stuart Cochlin have been working on providing the design and management. Work to start Sept 2013 although we are still seeking funds to complete the fit-out of the completed clinic.

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Event date

12-September-2013 - 
31-December-2014

Event type

Donations Only

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Event Contact

Key contact
Louise Cole
Telephone
07577127777
Email address
louise@buildingtrustinternational.org

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Direct donations:(online) £0.00
Direct donations:(offline) £10,000.00
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£0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
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£0.00
Total Raised: £10,000.00
Total Raised
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£10,000.00

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