KVAO staff meeting returnees on arrival
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Returnees completed TESOL training with Sovannaphumi School
Khan Moek, our case manager specializing in employment services, assists a client in improving his computer skills in advance of a job interview
These are the friendly folks who meet the repatriation flights on arrival at the airport in Phnom Penh, accompany them through Immigration processing and offer assistance with resettlement including temporary housing, if needed. L to R: Sarath, Song, Sam, Sonec and Sarith. Maybe we should call them the “S Team.”
KVAO Executive Director Sonec Tan (in doorway) greets new arrivals at an orientation session at the KVAO office in Phnom Penh.
Meeting returnees on arrival at the immigration office to monitor entry processing.