Kiran Cycles Cambodia
In November I'm going to be joining an amazing team of cyclists on a 250km cycle challenge through the searing heat and dust of Cambodia to raise money for the British Asian Trust.
I've never taken on a fundraising trip like this before and am by no means a seasoned cyclist, so this really is going to be massive challenge for me! I promise to cover the distance in four days, so unfortunately won't be stopping at every restaurant along the way...
However, I know it will be worth it because this year we're raising money to combat the horrifying problem of child trafficking in South Asia. Thirty million people live in modern day slavery. Almost half live in India. In fact, Over 40 million children in South Asia are vulnerable to trafficking: exploited, abused, prostituted, or bonded into manual labour. The British Asian Trust is doing some vital work around prevention and rehabilitation of survivors.
Please sponsor my ride so that we can keep as many children safe as possible.
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The Most Exotic Bicycle Challenge 2017
A challenge of great contrasts, the cycling route covers 250km through the searing heat and dust, past plantations, across waterways and through villages in the heart of Cambodia. All funds raised through this challenge will go towards combatting the horrifying problem of child trafficking in South Asia.
Human trafficking is the third-largest global criminal industry which grossly violates human rights and keeps people trapped in the cycle of poverty. Thousands of children are trafficked in South Asia each year for child labour, commercial sexual exploitation, forced marriage, domestic servitude, and forced begging. This dedicated team of cyclists are taking on the Most Exotic Challenge – Cambodia to help put a stop to this horrifying crime. You can make a difference by sponsoring the ride today!
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