Wednesday, December 15, 2010

1,2,3,4,5 - Cambodian Children Learn the Right Way to brush Their Teeth

200-300 children at Wat Vihear Kpus Primary School in Takeo province, Cambodia learn Dental Hygiene from Cambodian Dentist, Dr. Khom Pisal. After which; toothbrushes and toothpaste were supplied to all - even the teachers and local villagers! This project was funded by the sale of Cambodian silk scarves sold in Canada. Etobicoke, Gravenhurst and Huntsville Rotarians rallied to the cause and bought all the scarves.

Help us teach and distribute to more schools in the following 3 months.

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25 Cents Can Provide a Healthy Smile to a Cambodian Child!

Etobicoke, Huntsville and Gravenhurst Rotarians can proudly wear their purchased Cambodian silk scarves knowing that they have provided Dental Hygiene Education, toothpaste and toothbrushes to over 2,000 children and landmine-affected families in Cambodia - WOW! It's been a successful program thanks to the efforts of Cambodian Dentist, Khom Pisal and dedicated A Mine Free World Foundation volunteers. 25 cents is all it takes to supply a child with a tube of toothpaste and a toothbrush.

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