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7 days ago

Care for Cambodia

How do you prepare personalised school packs for over 2,600 kids? Just like this... we have slowed down the video so you can better see what is happening.

Keeping kids in school - it’s hard work!
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2 weeks ago

Care for Cambodia

This is an all too typical profile of children in our projects. Details may vary but situations remain similar.

My name is Sovathra from Kandal province. I am 11 years old and study with Care for Cambodia.
My family are really poor, when I was young my father was murdered so my mother takes care of my family by herself. She travels around on a motorbike selling fish, this provided money for the family day by day. Last month she had a traffic accident and broke her leg, now she isn’t able to work. I know my family situation is not normal, I have no father and now my mother cannot work.

I’m so happy that CFC can continue to help me study. Auntie Ruth has helped me so much, before I joined classes with her I wasn’t so clever, I didn’t understand a lot in school and also because my family were so poor I wasn’t confident to ask the teachers questions. Auntie Ruth has helped me overcome many of these difficulties.
I am absent from school often because the doctor says I have poor nutrition, but I always try to back to school as soon as I am strong enough again.

Auntie Ruth has helped me and the other children in my community so much, I know she really cares about us. She is the only teacher that works without taking money from the children. My family just don’t have money to give - but I want to learn like other kids too.
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2 weeks ago

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When you support Care for Cambodia, you are helping create life changing initiatives like this. Every dollar donated helps make a positive difference.My name is Samuan, I am married with 2 kids. My husband is a pastor and a farmer, I help my husband in both of these jobs.

I am also a member of Care for Cambodia's savings scheme within their Family Projects in Kampot province. Earlier this year I borrowed 500,000 Riel (c. $125) from the project to build a chicken coop and buy 15 chickens. Now my chickens have grown to be nice, fat and healthy. Some of my chickens have started to lay eggs. I have been able to sell these eggs in the market and get a decent income which can pay back my debt and also support my family - I have also been able to buy few more chickens. Thanks so much to Care for Cambodia for starting a Family Project in my area, they really do have lots of good programs to help poor people in Cambodia to increase their knowledge, and improve their current situation. I know my family situation has certainly improved a lot since joining with Care for Cambodia.
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2 weeks ago

Care for Cambodia

My name is Samuan, I am married with 2 kids. My husband is a pastor and a farmer, I help my husband in both of these jobs.

I am also a member of Care for Cambodia's savings scheme within their Family Projects in Kampot province. Earlier this year I borrowed 500,000 Riel (c. $125) from the project to build a chicken coop and buy 15 chickens. Now my chickens have grown to be nice, fat and healthy. Some of my chickens have started to lay eggs. I have been able to sell these eggs in the market and get a decent income which can pay back my debt and also support my family - I have also been able to buy few more chickens. Thanks so much to Care for Cambodia for starting a Family Project in my area, they really do have lots of good programs to help poor people in Cambodia to increase their knowledge, and improve their current situation. I know my family situation has certainly improved a lot since joining with Care for Cambodia.
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