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From January 8th-29th 2011 ateam of 7 St John Volunteer First Aidersattended a joint project with AntipodeansAbroad based ...
In the course of three weeks we                                         distributed over 350 toothbrushes                 ...
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Cambodia Trip Summary

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Check out Aaron's summary from his trip to Cambodia with Antipodeans abroad and St John

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Cambodia Trip Summary

  1. 1. From January 8th-29th 2011 ateam of 7 St John Volunteer First Aidersattended a joint project with AntipodeansAbroad based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. During our time we ran different health workshops which included; oral hygiene, hand washing, basic hygiene, nutrition, manual handling, kitchen safety and a series of first aid sessions in burns, fractures, snake bites, wound care and bleeds. We visited several additional schools in and around Siem Reap during our time. During this time we taught over 1 000 staff, students and community members.
  2. 2. In the course of three weeks we distributed over 350 toothbrushes and toothpastes, books, beginners English books, whiteboards, poster, charts, flyers, sports equipment and several water filtration systems for the water pumps.Thanks to the Australian Youth Council for their hard work andorganisation of this project. Thank you to all VFAS memberswho supported me, it was truly appreciated. Everyone on thetrip thoroughly enjoyed the experience and skills in which wegained. The trip was truly a worthwhile trip and I would recom-mend it to anyone and everyone.From Aaron del Pino

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