This Amsterdam-based foundation specifically focuses on film projects in developing countries, promoting human rights film screenings worldwide, offering advice and assistance and stimulating the exchange of knowledge and experience. The staff of Movies that Matter decided to support us with the printing of new dvds and the organization of a new series of screenings all over Cambodia- with the motivation: 'Movies that Matter finds your activities highly important and inspiring, and is looking forward to our cooperation.'

The German Development Service is one of the leading European development services for personnel cooperation. It was founded in 1963: since then more than 15 000 development workers have committed themselves to improve the living conditions of people in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Almost 1 200 development workers are currently working in 47 countries. Their aims are to fight poverty, promote a self-determined, sustainable development and to preserve natural resources.


Civil Peace Service - a new instrument for development co-operation
In the Civil Peace Service, government and non-governmental agencies are working together to help prevent hatred and violence and facilitate understanding. The aim of the CPS is to support measures by local partner organisations in crisis regions, whichs provided for multipliers in the regions concerned.

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