24 July 2013 — Collaborative Future Cambodia – Build Against The Traffick 2013 will be launched on 8 August.

The initiative will see charity RAWimpact, students at University of New South Wales and members of the construction industry collaborate together to lift Cambodian families out of poverty.

Speakers include Cundall’s Alistair Coulstock and RAWimpact’s Troy Roberts who will explain the background to this initiative and why it is needed and how the collaboration of the construction industry can improve the lives of Cambodian people.

The event will be held at Cundall’s Sydney office, Level 1, 48 Alfred Street, Milsons Point from 5pm. Bookings and details here.

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