Photos and videos tell stories in ways that words cannot.

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5 hours ago

Care for Cambodia

Love this video of the kids in Kampong Thom who have been tidying their neighbourhood.

They have collected all the recyclable materials to sell so that they can save up and do something special together.
#stepbystep #cleancambodia
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4 days ago

Care for Cambodia

Whilst very impressive, this kid, and many other like him, are working instead of going to school. Maybe he gets a few sales now while he is small and cute but when he is a bit older he will regret not being able to focus on his studies.

Partner with us and help us keep kids in school. Kids like him have remarkable potential - let them study to achieve that potential instead of scrambling now to sell a few souvenirs.

The Star TV
A video clip showing a Khmer boy showing off his linguistic talent while trying to sell souvenirs to M'sian tourist, Venus Gwc of Let's Go Somewhere has gone viral on social media. Many netizens are impressed by his talent, with some saying that the boy had to develop the skill in order to survive. We attempted to translate what he says.
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4 days ago

Care for Cambodia

We’ve just spent a wonderful week with Wade Marsch and Rhyianna Marsch helping out in Phnom Penh, Prey Veng and Sensok.

Would you be interested in spending some time working with us? The opportunities are varied and can fit most skill sets!
Contact us by PM if interested.
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1 week ago

Care for Cambodia

Our Family Project is trialling a method of growing vegetables in areas of limited space. If successful we will roll it out to our village projects.

Thankful of the help of Wade Marsch and Ryianna who are visiting us this week from NZ.
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2 weeks ago

Care for Cambodia

Our youth projects have a monthly activity where the youth all work together to achieve a common goal. Last month the challenge was to make a delicious meal (then afterwards then can enjoy it together). These activities promote team work whilst also teaching life skills.

Our Battambang youth group produced this beautiful creation. Let me introduce 'Tuk Kreoung' made from fresh fish, fermented fish paste, lime, tamarind. Locals love it - foreigners, not so much! Although i think we can all agree that it does look very pretty 🙂
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