Two young women from London, England are bicycling from England to Rayong to support HIV/AIDS prevention. They will arrive at the Camillian Social center Rayong on Sunday the 20th of March. Daniel Pruce, deputy head of the British Embassy, will be there to congratulate them on their achievement.
Along the way, these women have been raising money for two HIV/AIDS charities, the Camillian Social Center Rayong, which is a nonprofit charitable institution providing loving care and treatment for more than 80 HIV/AIDS children. Established in 1995 by an Italian Priest Fr. Giovanni Contarin, more information can be found at http://www.camillian-rayong. org and http://www.hiv-aids-kids.org/ and Food Chain London, http://www.foodchain.org.uk
It has been an epic cycling journey across countries including Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Dubai, India, Nepal, Tibet, China, Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia before finally arriving in Rayong.
The very last leg of this epic journey will be from the Camel Pub in Ban Chang commencing at 2 p.m., on Sunday, March 20. All bicycles and motorcycles are welcome to join them for this last short leg of their epic journey. For further details please contact: Faisal Malik Communication Director Camillian Home/CSC Rayong, phone: +66 (0) 2360 7852; mobile: +66 (0) 8 5396 9331 or [email protected] and [email protected]