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Big respect to the grandparents in Cambodia.
So often in rural families the parents have travelled far away to find work, leaving the children in the care of the grandparents. It’s not uncommon for parents to return only during major holiday times. Cambodia’s future is certainly built on the shoulders of its grandparents.

I had the privilege of spending time chatting to this grandpa and his two precious grandkids last week. He was so thankful that Care for Cambodia was investing in the education of his grandkids.
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2 days ago

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Surround yourself with visionary people like Ratana Ek.

Have big goals. Make a huge, long lasting, multiplying difference.

Dont settle for anything less than the best.
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3 days ago

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Providing school materials free of charge to children removes a significant financial barrier to their continued education.

Last week we shared school packs with over 600 children in our biggest province, Prey Veng. We had a massive attendance from parents, neighbours, school directors and local government. It’s was a great opportunity to share about our heart and vision for rural communities in Cambodia.
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7 days ago

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Our Family Projects have been teaching their communities about the various types of child abuse and how to prevent it.
It’s completely worth it if it prevents just one child being a victim of abuse.

#raiseawareness #notok #nowheretohide
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1 week ago

Care for Cambodia

Be confused.
Be curious.
Be dissatisfied.

Be better.
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