GUEST BLOG: A Note from Srayang Volunteer Torsten Tabel

By Torsten Tabel

I am writing as a volunteer at Srayang Dormitory. I would just like to share my experience and send thanks to all that are a part of this project, to all who assist in making the project happen by a one time or many times donation. I have the fortunate opportunity to see the progress of these students on a day-to-day basis. In doing so, I appreciate what has been created here.

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STUDENT BLOG: The Distance I Travel to English Class

By Rakyut

Learning English is really important for people in Cambodia who want to communicate with people around the world. Nowadays, I learn English at the Future Bright International School, which is located in the middle of Siem Reap town. I start the English class from 5pm until 7:10 pm. It is 16 kilometers from my house, and I go with some of my friends from Chey School.

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STUDENT BLOG: Students Need More Research Opportunities

By Sothy Soun

Cambodian students need a lot of books and documents to do research to improve our knowledge. Unfortunately, during the Khmer Rouge all of the important documents were lost. The Khmer Rouge destroyed schools, pagodas, hospitals, roads, and almost all of the libraries. Our important history documents were in these libraries.

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Eleven Students Who Need Your Support

By Travis Thompson

Ponheary Ly Foundation works with many students who have specific needs in their day-to-day lives. Thanks to our donors, we’re able to meet most of these needs.  But, this list shows students and teachers who are still waiting for donor support.  If you’re looking to make a big difference, your donation to support these students will be what keeps them in school.

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