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William E. Todd, U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia

The English Language Program is available to primary school students in grades 4-6 and secondary school students in grades 7-9. The free classes are optional and taught after school hours at Kaun Khlong primary school. Students attend the hour-long classes five days a week. We currently have nearly 250 students and four teachers. We set up a language lab and a media center in the Siskowic Learning Center at the primary school. One of our teachers, Rambo, is also the Manager of the English Language Program, providing management, administration and guidance for the program.

Sonia Lunceford, English Language Program Advisor, is a key CVF team member. She lives in San Diego and is a grade school teacher and an expert ESL (English as a Second Language) instructor and mentor. Each summer Sonia travels to Cambodia (at her own expense) to work with the English teachers and the scholarship girls. She coaches the teachers and conducts English classes. Teachers and students alike adore her and look forward to her summer visits.

Cambodian Village Fund English Teachers

Rambo Ly is the manager of our English Language Program and also teaches 2 English classes each weekday. He was born in Kaun Khlong Village in 1990 and grew up there. He graduated from Net Yang High School in Battambang in 2008. He is in his fourth year at Dewey International University, majoring in English Literature. In addition to his work with the Cambodian Village Fund, Rambo teaches secondary school mathematics.

Sreynoch Phoun was born in 1991 in Kaun Khlong Village and graduated from Sangke High School in 2010. She is a third year student at the University of Battambang, majoring in accounting. In addition to working for us, Sreynoch teaches English at Cambridge International Academy.
Chan Ngoeurn Chan Ngoeurn Theourm was born in Kaun Khlong Village in 1985. He attended Kaun Khlong Primary School and Sanke High School. He is a student at the University of Management and Economics (UME) in Battambang. He is studying English and will graduate in 2016. Before becoming an English teacher he was project manager for our clean water program. Muny Muth Sopheus Sor, born in 1997, is our newest English teacher, joining our program in March 2017. He is a second year student at Dewey International University in Battambang. He is also a volunteer English teacher for an NGO in Battambang. Sopheus grew up in Kaun Khlong Village, where he currently lives.

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