|Phnom Penh’s newspaper ‘Cambodia Daily’ (in association with American Assistance for Cambodia and Japan Relief for Cambodia) has launched an international emergency campaign to help solve the current Cambodian rice crisis.
The aim is to provide rice to children in schools and orphanages as well as the elderly, indigent and sick in hospitals and institutions.
The campaign is the newspaper's response to the WFP (World Food Program) abruptly halting free rice distribution to schools.
The newspaper's “Skip a Meal and Save a Cambodian Child” programme will aim to carry on where the WFP is leaving off.
Donations may be made by check to: American Assistance for Cambodia.
Payment by Credit Card or Paypal are also accepted and are tax deductible in the US.
Donations are also accepted in the Cambodia Daily office in Phnom Penh.
For further information contact CD's proprietor, Bernard Krisher at: email@example.com or fax to USA 1-212-658-9419