The photos hung in wheelchair wheels attracted many comments. They showed clearly what buildings are easy for people with disability and what makes things very hard. So NOt also produced an animated video which hopefully makes some building owners happy and some ashamed. "I hope some are ashamed enough to make their buildings accessible" said Sak Sopheak, one of the team.
Our Team Member were :
Born in Site 2 refugee camp, So Not , is multimedia and communications leader for JRS. His skills include photography, animation, video editing, art and music. He wears an artificial leg.
Tun Channareth is an outspoken advocate for peace, disarmament and justice for the victims of war and poverty. An international Ambassador for the campaign to ban landmines he leads the outreach to People with Disability programme of JRS.
Chan Men is a member of the Survivors Network Project and has entered data for 4000 survivors in a data base which is the background of the book "I am glad I am Alive" published by the team. He lost his leg to an explosive remnant of war as a small boy.
Thy Dara who loves art and song, produced a book on district wide disability services throughout Cambodia and works also in outreach and data base entry and analysis. From birth he has been challenged by missing or unformed limbs. Later he was blinded by a weapon of war.
Pros PheaReth (Finance) and Sak Sopheak (Data base creator and IT Specialist) both accompany serve and advocate for people with disability, and work to ban landmines and cluster munitions..
INCLUDE US ALL IS OUR MESSAGE! "The physical handicaps of some remind us of the handicaps of our hearts" Jean Vanier at Holy Cross, Wooloowin.