Agricultural Project Update

 A progress report for an agricultural extension of the Phnom Penh Dormitory project shows that we have hit some of our targets. Despite difficulties that sometimes made it feel like a  climb up a slippery slope, we can report some initial success in improving dormer health. Read the 6 month evaluation of the project by…

Nurse Visits Kapalpal School

 We were fortunate to have a nurse make one of the visits with us. Jeannie brought with her supplies of first aid – bandages, band aids, antiseptic lotions, surgical tape, and a host of other things – and together with husband, Warren, a pharmacist, spent almost all of two weeks attending to a range of…

School Age Children Get Diet Supplement

Ever thought about how great a boiled egg and a little milk can taste? If you’re like most people, you probably haven’t. But consider for a moment how they might taste to children who rarely get them. For 350 school-age children in Yangon, Myanmar, the question’s a no-brainer. Thanks to a pilot jointly funded by…

Extra Support for Students at the Dorms

The dormitory management team have been looking at new ways to improve the options and opportunities of our students. In the last two years we have started to run educational programs for dormitory students during the evenings. Last year, we ran a series of environmental exercises, led by Theung, an environmental science student. Other subjects…