MaD in the Media

Here is our collection of MaD related media coverage.  If you find any articles about MaD – be sure to let us know so we can add it our archive.

  • November/December 2010. “Personal Reflections: David Grinstead, Volunteer with MaD Cambodia” Civic Engagement Magazine, Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration (pg. 34-37) :: When I first arrived in Cambodia in early January, I decided that I should keep a journal. I was being bombarded with sights, smells, tastes and experiences that were so far out of the ordinary for me that I knew, if I didn’t write them down, I would one day look back and wonder if they had ever happened at all or were just figments of my imagination.” [extract from article]
  • 19th October 2009. “Charity seeks funds on MaD adventure” Phnom Penh Post :: “Donating to charities by volunteering, such as working with the disabled and under-privileged while on holiday, is an increasing trend among travelers, as is eating at restaurants run by former street kids, or buying products made by the less fortunate or disabled. As the recession takes its toll on NGOs, some organisations are taking to less conventional means of attracting the tourist buck.” [extract from article]
  • 4th June 2009. “4-wheeled help for rural province” Phnom Penh Post 


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MaD Chatter

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MaD Chatter Issue 7 – June 2010

MaD Chatter Issue 6 – March 2010

MaD Chatter Issue 5 – January 2010

MaD Chatter Issue 4 – September 2009

MaD Chatter Issue 3 – June 2009

MaD Chatter Issue 2 – March 2009

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