Lyna Trinh, President of the Association Hands of the Heart for Cambodia

Lyna TRINH, a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, was born and spent her childhood in Cambodia. His professional background in consulting firm has allowed him to acquire skills in terms of development project management. Today, she decided to put herself at the service of her country.

Edith Callait, Treasurer of the Association Hands of the Heart for Cambodia

Edith CALLAIT, a nurse and practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine, has been working for years on the care of people, and now wishes to put her field skills, support and care for the project at the service of the project. Patients.

Mani Burband, Member of the Association Hands of the Heart for Cambodia

Mani BURBAND, a practitioner and teacher in the School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, has acquired many years of expertise in Tuina practice and pain relief. His training experience is a guarantee for us of the sustainability of the project in the later phase.

Jean Christophe PAPELIAN, a passionate and student of traditional Chinese medicine, wants to deepen his knowledge in the field. In the professional retraining of the world of finance in the field of local public management, he wants to bring his dynamism and knowledge to the service of the association.

Laëtitia MAGNOLON, practitioner and trainer in TCM after having worked 20 years in logistics and project management. For all his various experiences, his motivation was driven by sharing, curiosity and transmission. This is what she wants to continue doing with the MDCC project.

Vireak DO is our main representative in Cambodia. French teacher in Battambang, he actively participates in missions as an interpreter. He is the association’s interlocutor with all Cambodian institutions. Thanks to his dynamism and his professionalism, he is the guarantor of quality mission.

Olivier BESANCON MATILE, traditional Chinese medicine practitioner. A pioneer of the first mission in Cambodia, he wishes to put his skills and dynamism at the service of the association.