Showing posts from September, 2013

Rural Graduates Create New Adventures in 2013!

Supporters like you, and Rotarians from around the world, are working through Sustainable Cambodia and Sustainable Cambodia Australia to help thousands of village children get a quality education through our community preschools, primary schools, and enrichment schools.

With your support, SC has thrived since it opened in 2003. It has grown from 50 students to over 4500 students in our school programs. Every student who graduates and passes his or her exam receives a SC University Scholarship. More than 145 students have received a SC University Scholarship and our 62 university graduates have returned to the villages to help their communities. We have seen the number of scholarship students steadily increasing over the past several years.

New 2013 SLMS Graduates and Teachers
This year we have 52 students who have graduated high school, passed their exams, and are heading to university.

Read below to discover more...

Rural Graduates Making New Adventures!   Teachers, university students…

YouthLinc Team Makes a Great Change in Rural Cambodia, 2013!

Supporters like you and Rotarians from around the world are working through Sustainable Cambodia and Sustainable Cambodia Australia to help village families continually improve their quality of life with healthy water, nutritious food, health care, education, and sustainable income generation. 

Children receiving water containers from the YouthLinc Team
 With your help, more than 330 wells are providing safe water, more than 4,500 students are currently enrolled in Sustainable Cambodia schools, and nearly 34,000 Cambodians have been able to change their lives for the better. None of this would be happening without supporters like you!

Youthlinc Makes a Change in Rural Cambodia   YouthLinc Team 2013 Youthlinc is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating lifetime humanitarians by offering students and mentors local and international service experiences.

A Youthlinc team of 36 students and 9 mentors from Utah, in the USA, arrived at Sustainable Cambodia to tackle a major project.

The …