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George Cooper Esq. is a graduate of the University of Hawaii law school and a lawyer with almost thirty years’ experience, specializing in land rights and environmental issues.


After twenty years in private practice in the United States, George moved to Cambodia in 1998, where he is currently senior legal advisor to the GTZ (the international development agency of the German federal government) Cambodia Land Management Project.


From 1998 to 2002, George was a legal advisor to Legal Aid of Cambodia, an NGO providing free legal services to the poor – primarily in land ownership disputes.






Dr. Caroline Dueger is program director for Pediatrics Overseas in Cambodia.


A clinical pediatrician with over 42 years’ experience (31 of those as a staff physician at Concord Hospital, Concord, NH), and a former adjunct professor of clinical medicine at Dartmouth Medical School, Caroline retired from full-time practice in 1993. Since then, she has devoted her time to improving primary healthcare provision for underserved children in developing countries all over the world.


Since 1991, Caroline has taught or practiced in fifteen countries, including Belize, Guatemala, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, South Africa and Cambodia, where she served until February of 2007 as a board member of Friends Without A Border – the fundraising arm of Angkor Hospital for Children, in Siem Reap.


From 2000 to 2005, Caroline also served as a member of the pediatric advisory board of Health Volunteers Overseas and as a board member of Himalayan HealthCare in Nepal for seven years. She is currently an executive committee member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on International Child Health and is a diplomate of the Royal Society for Tropical Medicine.