Carlos Agudelo wrote -
Last November, during my holidays in Cambodia, I visited Angkor Hospital for Children to donate blood as a way to help children in shock affected by Hemorrhagic Dengue Fever. I learnt about the excellent job the hospital does on providing high quality medical care for children. Between January and October 2012, Angkor Hospital for Children saw over 4,000 children infected by Dengue fever.
Opened in 1999, Angkor Hospital for Children in Siem Reap, Cambodia has treated over 1 million children with high-quality, compassionate care.The hospital offers outpatient, inpatient, emergency, surgical, dental and ophthalmologic care to more than 400 girls and boys each day.
One of my new year's resolution is to get back to climbing after one year of rest due to injury. Together with Annelise Tripp, we talked about climbing the longest artificial climbing route in the world located in the Luzzone Dam in Switzerland. 540 feet of pure vertical joy.
We want to do the climb this summer and raise money for Angkor Hospital for Children via Friends without a Border
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