Showing posts from April, 2014

Remember discovering computers for the very first time?

Thank you for helping to make a huge difference in the lives of Cambodian children and their families!

This month we installed a new computer lab for our rural students to learn computer skills. For most of them, this is the first time they have ever seen or used a computer!

Students learning to type with SC staff member Sin Soy
Learning with Technology One of our wonderful supporters is Roland from Neuss, Germany. Roland, with his team at Kleine Hilfsaktion e.V. (a non-profit organization), helped raise enough money to provide ten computers to the students in our rural education program. The direct result: Hundreds of students are now able to learn invaluable (and exciting) computer skills!
Students learn with an international volunteer
Our new computer classroom

The computer program lets our students develop valuable research skills at a young age. For the first time, they have access to an abundance of quality information. The skills they learn give them renewed confidence, and help…

Creating a Fun Place to Read!

Reading opens up doors to other worlds for students and improves their knowledge and vocabulary. Reading is a great hobby for students in between their classes. Sometimes students can get additional materials to support their study, and sometimes they get easy methods to help solve their homework.

 Students enjoy reading books on the swing under the tree
Last month we told you about the improvements made in the library. The result has been more and more students who love coming to read their favorite books there.

The Challenge is that sometimes we don't have enough space for them to read...
...But now our international volunteer Frank Mullen has found a Solution for this.

Frank is an architect and builder who has been volunteering the past 5 months to help build and maintain buildings on SC's campus, including a place for the dancing class and a great new Reading Room for the students.

Students reading books in the library
Frank is an architect and builder who has been volunt…