Farewell for Seila and Minea

2 February 2007

Seila was one of our DDP students in 2004 when we initiated a sign language research project funded by the Nippon Foundation in Japan. He applied as a researcher and was accepted and has helped to develop the text books which will be used to teach sign language to hearing people. Now he has resigned to move to Siem Reap.

Minea was in our interpreter training course last year when it became apparent that we were going to need new interpreters quickly. She was one of the most advanced and was selected to be our pioneer interpreter for the sewing class at Hagar. Now she is emigrating to the United States and has resigned from DDP. Today we had a farewell ceremony for Seila and Minea.

Seila receiving a gift from Chap Kimhoeung Minea receiving a gift from Chap Kimhoeung
Sokchea, Justin, and Seila The staff enjoying some refreshments

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