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Sai Kung to Siem Reap - Project Futures Global Challenge


In February 2012, Sue Beer and Alison Price set off on a grueling 500km, 11-day cycle challenge through Cambodia to help stop sexual slavery in SE Asia.


The heat, the terrain, were brutal. But both Sue and Alison managed to complete the course.


A truly remarkable achievement by any standards.


Their fundraising campaign for this event ends on June 1st, 2012.


If you’d like to make a contribution, please visit their Crowdrise pages. Any contribution, however small, is going to a great cause.


 http://www.crowdrise.com/FUTURESGLOBALRIDECAMBODIA/fundraiser/SueBeer


 http://www.crowdrise.com/FUTURESGLOBALRIDECAMBODIA/fundraiser/ALISONPRICE


In fact, Sue is back in Cambodia running for charity to support SomalyMan.


Some background information, and why you should support these two very brave and gutsy ladies:

According to the U.N., trafficking is a $32 billion annual industry that ensnares about 2.5 million people around the world at any given time.

Girls as young as three years old are sold for as little as US$50. Pimps are sewing them up again so they can be sold as "virgins". This is Sue and Alison's drive to do what they're doing. They will cycle over undulating terrain from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap to help put an end to slavery, and rescue and heal its survivors for the Somaly Mam Foundation.




Video:
Credits:
Chris Gelken - Producer & Cameraperson (GoPro HD2)
Shirley Han Ying - Producer, Cameraperson (Canon 5D Mark II), Video & Audio Editor & Colorist.
Music "Bicycle" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0".
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In February 2012, Sue Beer and Alison Price set off on a grueling 500km, 11-day cycle challenge through Cambodia to help stop sexual slavery in SE Asia.


The heat, the terrain, were brutal. But both Sue and Alison managed to complete the course.


A truly remarkable achievement by any standards.


Their fundraising campaign for this event ends on June 1st, 2012.


If you’d like to make a contribution, please visit their Crowdrise pages. Any contribution, however small, is going to a great cause.


 http://www.crowdrise.com/FUTURESGLOBALRIDECAMBODIA/fundraiser/SueBeer


 http://www.crowdrise.com/FUTURESGLOBALRIDECAMBODIA/fundraiser/ALISONPRICE


In fact, Sue is back in Cambodia running for charity to support SomalyMan.


Some background information, and why you should support these two very brave and gutsy ladies:

According to the U.N., trafficking is a $32 billion annual industry that ensnares about 2.5 million people around the world at any given time.

Girls as young as three years old are sold for as little as US$50. Pimps are sewing them up again so they can be sold as "virgins". This is Sue and Alison's drive to do what they're doing. They will cycle over undulating terrain from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap to help put an end to slavery, and rescue and heal its survivors for the Somaly Mam Foundation.




Video:
Credits:
Chris Gelken - Producer & Cameraperson (GoPro HD2)
Shirley Han Ying - Producer, Cameraperson (Canon 5D Mark II), Video & Audio Editor & Colorist.
Music "Bicycle" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0".
www.ridealist.com In February 2012, Sue Beer and Alison Price set off on a grueling 500km, 11-day cycle challenge through Cambodia to help stop sexual slavery in SE Asia.


The heat, the terrain, were brutal. But both Sue and Alison managed to complete the course.


A truly remarkable achievement by any standards.


Their fundraising campaign for this event ends on June 1st, 2012.


If you’d like to make a contribution, please visit their Crowdrise pages. Any contribution, however small, is going to a great cause.


 http://www.crowdrise.com/FUTURESGLOBALRIDECAMBODIA/fundraiser/SueBeer


 http://www.crowdrise.com/FUTURESGLOBALRIDECAMBODIA/fundraiser/ALISONPRICE


In fact, Sue is back in Cambodia running for charity to support SomalyMan.


Some background information, and why you should support these two very brave and gutsy ladies:

According to the U.N., trafficking is a $32 billion annual industry that ensnares about 2.5 million people around the world at any given time.

Girls as young as three years old are sold for as little as US$50. Pimps are sewing them up again so they can be sold as "virgins". This is Sue and Alison's drive to do what they're doing. They will cycle over undulating terrain from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap to help put an end to slavery, and rescue and heal its survivors for the Somaly Mam Foundation.




Video:
Credits:
Chris Gelken - Producer & Cameraperson (GoPro HD2)
Shirley Han Ying - Producer, Cameraperson (Canon 5D Mark II), Video & Audio Editor & Colorist.
Music "Bicycle" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0".
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