World Rehabilitation Fund Cambodia

The PACE Program was designed to empower the community as a whole. Over the next four years, over four hundred villagers were trained in the program organized by Chhem Sip and implemented by three field workers, Sarim Um, Chreung Kao and Samkhan Soeur, and two agricultural trainers. The process generated a training film, Cambodia: Living with Landmines, and a documentary, Bare Hands and Wooden Limbs, for general audiences which focuses on the unlikely cooperation between Touj Soeurly, a former Khmer Rouge colonel, and Chhem Sip, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge era.

Allyson Brown PACE Project CoordinatorAllyson Brown is the PACE Project Coordinator.