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Phnom Penh, Cambodia [electronic resource]: Rehabilitating Land Mine Victims

Maryknoll lay missioner Patty Curran works with landmine victims and people with disabilities at the National Center for Rehabilitation in Wat Than. Chim Kong was a victim of a landmine explosion at the age of 12. This film provides an inside look at disabled people undergoing vocational training to lead a productive life and Kong's struggle with courage and independence.
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2015; 2000
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Cambodia [electronic resource]: Teaching the Blind to "See With Their Hands

Maryknoll lay missioner John Barth and his associates developed a school for blind adults at Wat Sarawan in 1992. This film introduces the Rehabilitation for Blind Cambodians that trains doctors and nurses, treats eye diseases, and provides low cost surgeries. Meet Suthi Ung who, like many Cambodians, suffered from vitamin A deficiency during the Khmer Rouge Regime. He caught the measles at age three and lost his eyesight. Ung attended RBC, learned massage, and opened a business with fellow students.
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2015; 2000