The courageous team of seven bike riders who undertook the 2014 RIDE FOR NOKOR TEP from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, completed their fund-raising venture on Saturday 16 August at the Nokor Tep Women's Hospital construction site.  To date, they have raised in excess of US$55,000.

They all agreed it was an exciting and rewarding undertaking and have promised to return next year - and they are looking to substantially swell their numbers.  Over the final 200kms, they were joined by a lady from Johannesburg who has also promised to return and bring several friends!

The team was greeted by the co-founders of the Nokor Tep Foundation - H E Ing Katha Pahvi, Cambodian Minister of Women's Affairs, Janne Ritskes, the Director of Tabitha Cambodia, H E Trac Thai Sieng, Vice-Governor of Phnom Penh and Mrs Ros Priboun (Chairman) - as well as a number of other people including students and families from the International  School of Phnom Penh and Tabitha staff members.

If you would like to donate to the RIDE FOR NOKOR TEP or join the ride in 2015, please visit the team's website:



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