Chhorn graduated in 2011. After working for a clinic in Siem Reap, she now works as a midwife at Chheb District Health Center in Preah Vihear Province.
Ravy graduated from the University of Management and Economics, Pursat in February, 2014 with a major in Finance & Banking.He is now a Field Officer at the NGO Anakut Komar in Pursat Province.
Tan Lay-Chheang graduated from the Teacher Training Center in Kampong Thom Province in 2011. She is now a primary school teacher at Rokar Chour primary school in Sandan District.
Education of girls is the most effective method for ending poverty. Watch our video to see the success stories of five of our sponsored students and learn how you can help girls and women in Cambodia.
Everyday, Khuoch gets up at 4 am. She does her homework, carries water to fill the water storage jar, waters the coconut and mango trees, and the mint and lemongrass, and makes rice porridge for breakfast. She leaves her house at 6 am and bikes 45 minutes to school. Read more…
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