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Intellectual Disability in Rural Cambodia: Cultural Perception & Families' Challenges, Research Study Conducted by New Humanity Cambodia

Intellectual Disability in Rural Cambodia: Cultural Perception & Families' Challenges, Research Study Conducted by New Humanity Cambodia

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Intellectual Disability in Rural Cambodia: Cultural Perceptions & Families’ Challenges
Study in Boribor District Kompong Chhnang Province René Ayala Moreira

Supported by Phnom Penh 2011

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Those who are weak have great difficulty finding their place in our society. The image of the ideal human as powerful and capable marginalizes the old, the sick, the less-abled. For me, society must, by definition, be inclusive of the needs and gifts of all its members. How can we lay claim to making an op
Intellectual Disability in Rural Cambodia: Cultural Perceptions & Families’ Challenges
Study in Boribor District Kompong Chhnang Province René Ayala Moreira

Supported by Phnom Penh 2011

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Those who are weak have great difficulty finding their place in our society. The image of the ideal human as powerful and capable marginalizes the old, the sick, the less-abled. For me, society must, by definition, be inclusive of the needs and gifts of all its members. How can we lay claim to making an op

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 Intellectual Disability in Rural Cambodia:Cultural Perceptions & Families’ Challenges
Study in Boribor DistrictKompong Chhnang Province
René Ayala Moreira
 
Supported by
Phnom Penh2011
 
 
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Those who are weak have great difficulty finding their  place in our society. The image of the ideal human as powerful and capable marginalizes the old, the sick, theless-abled. For me, society must, by definition, beinclusive of the needs and gifts of all its members. How can we lay claim to making an open and friendly society where human rights are respected and fostered when,by the values we teach and foster, we systematically exclude segments of our population?  Jean Vanier, founder of L’ Arche

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