Month: October 2015

Perth girls build new home in Cambodia

Family living in a pigpen! Three Western Australian girls were involved in an amazing project in Cambodia in July. Beth Litjens, Ella White and Lucy Gilbert, all from Perth had travelled to Cambodia to assist in a development project at a village school. Just before they landed a fierce monsoon storm hit the village and wiped out…



Update on Cambodia Village Building Projects

Our hardworking mid-year volunteers completed 5 new Cambodia village building projects. As soon as they were completed, families moved in, school classes started and the village made immediate use of the community shelter, setting up some stools and moving some critical agricultural equipment into safe storage – see following photo. As July to September is…



Cambodian Village Building Projects

Family loses everything! Remember the Cambodian family of four who were literally living in a pig pen having lost their house and all possessions in a ferocious storm in July? When our 16 village volunteers heard about their plight they acted immediately. This homeless family became their dedicated Cambodian village building project.  They cleared the land and built…



Cambodian School Building Program mid year

Do you recognise this classroom? It was constructed in the mid-year Cambodian School Building Program by our volunteers. It is the dual purpose room which sleeps students of a night who live a long distance from the school and by day is used as a classroom. This is an ENORMOUS improvement in the dormitory facilities for the overnight…



error

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)