CREA leaders raise funds for Kantha Bopha Hospital

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Cambodia Real Estate Association (CREA) in Phnom Penh has raised funds for Kantha Bopha Hospital to contribute to the hospital’s free medical care for children.

Yin Leang Kong, vice chairman of the board of directors of CREA, led a team to raise funds for the hospital. Mr Kong expressed his thanks to Kheang Puthy, chairman of the association, who initiated the fundraising for the hospital, as well as leaders and members for their contributions.

“Contributing to this hospital, as well as doing social work to serve the interests of the people, is our job, and everyone can truly contribute with their abilities and resources,” Mr Kong said.

Kantha Bopha Hospital was rebuilt in the early 90’s under the initiative of its founder Dr Beat Richner, who passed away last year.

Denis Laurent, chief operations officer with Kantha Bopha, expressed his appreciation to the management and members of CREA, for raising funds for the hospital.

“The Kantha Bopha Hospital is still following the original vision of Dr Beat Richner by providing free, non-discriminatory treatment for children in Cambodia, providing effective and free treatment,” he said.

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Phnom Penh: Cambodia Real Estate Association (CREA) has brought funding to Kantha Bopha Hospital to contribute to the hospital’s free medical care for children.

Yin Leang Kong, vice chairman of board of directors of CREA, led teamwork and members brought some fund to the hospital this morning. Mr. Yin Leang Kong expressed thanks to Mr. Kheang Puthy, the Chairman of the Association, who has initiated some fundraising to the hospital and thanked the leaders and members who contributed to make the work better.

“Contributing to this hospital, as well as doing social work to serve the interests of the people, is our job, and everyone can truly contribute with their ability and resources,” Mr. Leang Kong said.

Kantha Bopha Hospital was rebuilt in the early 90s under the initiative of the founder Dr. Beat Richner, who he passed away year.

CEO of Denis Laurant, the Executive Director of the Foundation, expressed his appreciation to the management and members of CREA, who have collected the funds for the hospital.

“The Kantha Bopha Hospital is still following the original vision of Dr. Beat Richner by providing free, non-discriminatory treatment for children in Cambodia, providing effective and free treatment,” he said.

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