Browsing articles from "February, 2012"

CSPO web page gets a face lift

Feb 21, 2012   //   by Kim Erik Hang   //   General, Staff  //  No Comments
Kim presenting a speech at the annual conference for the Cambodian P&O Association
As you may have noticed, CSPO has gotten a new web page thanks to Norwegian P&O, Kim Erik Hang. Through the FK Norway exchange program, Kim is working here at CSPO whilst Cambodian Rann Vannara is working at Sophies Minde Ortopedi in Oslo, Norway. Read more >>

Trip to Kampong Som

Feb 21, 2012   //   by Kim Erik Hang   //   General  //  No Comments
Beach games at Kampong Som
Last weekend, the CSPO students and staff went on a trip Sihanoukville.  After spending a good time on the bus, solving riddles and playing other games, we finally arrived at The Cambodia Trust clinic in Kampong Som. Read more >>

Regional Management Team Meeting

Feb 14, 2012   //   by Kim Erik Hang   //   Staff  //  No Comments
Management Team Jan 2012

The Cambodia Trust gathered all the regional leaders for the yearly meeting. This time around it was held in London.

16th Graduation Ceremony at CSPO

Feb 10, 2012   //   by Kim Erik Hang   //   Student  //  No Comments
Graduates 2011
In late September, the Cambodian School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (CSPO) held a special Graduation Ceremony for students who enrolled at the School in 2008 – the 16th graduation at the School.

The ceremony saw eight students from different parts of Cambodia, as well as Nepal, Iraq and Papua New Guinea, qualifying as Prosthetists/Orthotists – specialists who prescribe and fit prostheses (artificial limbs) and orthoses (braces). Read more >>

Cambodia’s New Country Director

Feb 10, 2012   //   by admin   //   Staff  //  No Comments
Sisary Kheng
Sisary Kheng

The Cambodia Trust is delighted to announce the recent appointment of Ms Sisary Kheng as its new Country Director in Cambodia.

Sisary started with Cambodia Trust at our Cambodia School for Prosthetics of Orthotics in 1994.  It was during her formative years of training that her skills as a practitioner, teacher and manager first came to the attention of the organisation. Read more >>