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our activity reports
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Activity report 2017 : Download
Summary activity report : Download
Audited financial statements Belgium : Download
Audited financial statements France: Download
Audited accounts Cambodia : Télécharger (anglais)
Audit report Vietnam Thiên Chi : Download
Audit report Vietnam Ahn Duong : Download
Audit report Cambodia : Download
Evaluation of the Thien Chi poverty reduction program
Thien Chi Association in Vietnam. Thien Chi is our partner in Bình Thuân province in Vietnam;
Evaluation of the agriculture program in Romdoul :
Romdoul is our antenna in Cambodia
Evaluation Thien chi:
Evaluation of the “bridges and paths” program
Evaluation by Aude Coignet of our Thien Chi and Anh Duong small infrastructure project
our half-yearly newsletters
Every six months, we keep you up to date with our projects and actions. You can download them here or request them by sending us an e-mail.
For older semi-annual newsletters, please contact us.
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As well as the Benina Foundation – the Nickedo Foundation – the OKWorlds Foundation – the OVH company – Sprl Legrand – Cyber Copy 44.
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