Thanks to the Youthlinc Teams: They made everyone smile!
We are grateful for all our supporters around the world, including you, and Youthlinc, and the many Rotarians who are working through Sustainable Cambodia and Sustainable Cambodia Australia to help village families and children. With everyone's help, nearly 400 wells are providing safe water, more than 4,500 students are currently enrolled in our schools, and nearly 25,000 Cambodians have been able to change their lives for the better. None of this would be happening without supporters like you!
|First Youthlinc Team at SC|
|1st Youthlinc team of 40 students and mentors and SC staff, a group photo next to the newly built school in Krang Popleak village|
Each Youthlinc team spent around 10 days in Cambodia. The projects they focused on at Sustainable Cambodia ranged from clean water and agriculture, to health, education, and empowerment in the rural villages.
|2nd Youthlinc team and SC staff Sin Soy|
|2nd Youthlinc team in the village|
Each Youthlinc student and each mentor chose activities to participate in during their stay with us. These included building a rooftop rainwater harvesting tank (RRH), constructing and painting 2 preschools and the fence, teaching (English, sewing, business concepts, health care and more), fixing and making new school desks, and planting vegetables and fruit trees and more...
|Providing sewing machines and the skills training Teaching and training|
|Teaching and training|
|Building the school concrete and the fence|
|School construction, planting seeds and painting the water tank|
|Painting windows at the schools|
|Providing animals and farming tools|
|Providing school bikes and uniforms|
|Books for the school libraries and more|
|Students standing in front of their new school built by the Youthlinc team in Chherteal Roung community|
|Uncle Em Moul, 73 years old, the community leader of Chheuteal Rung|
|Aunt Morm Samoeurn with her first sewing class and our SC staff Ork Siep|
|Our preschool teacher Nhem Sophea, 35 years old, one of the first families in Chheuteal Rung community|