APLE Cambodia Looks Forward As a Winner of Stars Impact Award 2015

"It was a wonderful week and I felt privileged to have interactions with a lot of people who do care and inspire. I found the capacity building meeting to be a worthwhile experience to learn of so many best practices of the other awards winners and I’m convinced most of these can be replicated in Cambodia. During the Philanthropreneurship Forum, I was surprised by many outstanding philanthropists who have been tirelessly engaged to contribute one way or the other to improve the life and safety of most vulnerable children around the globe. This was truly a role model to build and promote in Cambodia. Sometimes, you can feel motivated to meet and talk to these people.

Further, the award ceremony gave us an invaluable opportunity to tell the world of our greatest story about the success earned after thousands of days working extremely hard to protect the most vulnerable people. Nice photos of the award delivery do help us feel proud and relieved," said Mr. Seila Samleang, Executive Director of APLE Cambodia.     

The full article is here: http://aplecambodia.org/aple-cambodia-looks-forward-as-a-winner-of-stars-impact-award-2015/

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