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Asia-Pacific Visitors

Five or six years ago, several DDP staff members attended a conference in Indonesia of the Asia-Pacific Region of the World Federation of the Deaf.  Today some of the deaf people from that conference in Jakarta came to visit the Deaf Development Programme in Phnom Penh.  On the left are two deaf men from Japan.  […]

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Road Work

The road next to the Deaf Development Programme office in Phnom Penh has never been fully opened.  The end at the far right of the picture is permanently blocked by squatters.  The area here beside the DDP office was previously blocked by squatters but the landlord for our building (the large building behind the wall […]

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Old DDP Website

The Deaf Development Programme has had its own presence on the web since 2004 when the DDP website was set up at ddp-cambodia.org.  Before that, the people, places, and activities of DDP were recorded on the website of Charlie Dittmeier at http://parish-without-borders.net/cditt  . Now DDP has a new website but all the former photos and […]

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Visitors to DDP

Many visitors come to the Maryknoll Deaf Development Programme, some from Cambodia and some from other countries (like these three lay missioners from Italian and Hong Kong Catholic NGOs). To help visitors have a good experience and to minimize disruption to our teaching and other activities, DDP has established a visitor policy which can be […]

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New DDP Website

The new DDP website isn’t developing as fast as we had hoped it would, partly because we don’t like the WordPress theme we are using as much as we thought we would.  Some experimentation is going on to find one of the tens of thousands of WordPress themes that might serve us better.  Hold on!  […]

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Media Launch Photos

The media launch to introduce the new Twitter account, Facebook page, and redesigned website for the Maryknoll Deaf Development Programme was a simple event but it required a lot of set up.     The actual program was only an hour long. Charlie Dittmeier welcomed the guests and then they were invited to get some […]

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DDP Media Launch

8 April 2014 As the Maryknoll Deaf Development Programme has increased its outreach, it has become more important to be able to communicate effectively and efficiently with the deaf community in Cambodia.  The majority of the country still does not have electricity, but many of the deaf people have smartphones and use Facebook and Twitter […]

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New DDP documentary

“Emerging from the silence” – a new DDP documentary  

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