Therefore part of your shopping expenses on each child dress will help the children you see on the photos and there are more of them finding shelter and education through CCPP and the project.Now find your way through the potpourry of photos and enjoy.After that we celebrated a succsesful season 2011 with the help of all of you dear customers.2012 March Photosession in Sihanoukville, Cambodia with the help and assistance of the children and the NGO: CCPP, Cambodian Children Painting Project.
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