Deep in the countryside of northwest Cambodia, two Srayang Dorm students are about to do what no one has done in their town before–open a computer school.
Volunteer Torsten Tabel has recently come home to Canada after spending a full year living and working with the students at the Srayang dormitory, PLFC’s main project.
This post comes from PLF volunteer Victoria Belanger, who recently spent time at Srayang and Koh Ker primary, spending time with PLFC sponsored students. It’s a vivid glimpse of daily life of volunteers and students in Cambodia.
Read a blog post by O Yura – one of the students PLFC supports in Cambodia. Yura is from the remote village of Koh Ker – she is flourishing at Srayang, learning English and computer skills. Her progress is inspriring.
An extraordinary student-made video about PLFC’s Srayang Project. See the world that our PLFC-sponsored students come from and the struggles they face to get an education.
Meet some of the PLFC sponsored students that are living at the Srayang compound. They will melt your heart! Some short video hellos…
Ravuth and Dieb in Siem Reap Two of the boys from the Srayang Compound — Ravuth Neak (Grade 8) and Deun Dieb (Grade 9) spent the summer at Seven Candles (also known as PLF HQ) in Siem Reap. They lived with Ponheary and her family, attended high school classes (Math, Physics and Chemistry) worked onContinue reading “Ravuth and Dieb in Siem Reap”
Patti and Greg recently returned from a visit to Cambodia. They travelled to the remote northern village of Srayang, where PLFC has sponsored a group of impoverished children.