While there have been only 122 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Cambodia (as of May 10), that doesn’t mean that the people are not suffering. The government has closed all schools, museums, concerts and many business. Rural families are suffering from loss of income and lack of food. Families who normally get by on a […]
Four of our scholarship students graduated from high school this year and started college last week. They all passed the National High School Exam in August.
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Cambodian Village Fund scholarship student Socheata has a new business—selling books online. (It reminds us of how a well-known Internet giant got started.) Socheata, a first-year college student, is attending two universities simultaneously. She’s studying English Literature at Preah Sihanouk Raja Buddhist University-Battambang Branch (SBUBB) and also studying marketing at the University of Management and […]
Venerable Vy Sovechea explains why he is committed to helping the Cambodian Village Fund and how his community benefits.
Our scholarship students come from poor families themselves, but they often do charity work to help others in need.
We are starting a youth soccer league for our villages, one of the first in Cambodia.
To celebrate the end of a successful year, our English teachers held an awards ceremony/party/clean-up detail for our 250 English language students.
Prey Touch Commune has a new football (soccer) stadium thanks to a $62,000 donation from the Timothy Sykes Foundation.
Six of our high school scholarship students recently moved to Battambang so they can attend Preah Monivong High School, one of the best public schools in Cambodia.
We are very proud of our two newest college graduates, Sinat and Sophat, who just completed work on their Bachelor’s degrees in Hospitality and Tourism from Build Bright University.
We are very proud of our two high school seniors, Sokny and Sothea, who passed the national high school exit exam and will attend college.
The 3-room Brian Dean Learning Center at Prey Touch Primary School is nearing completion.
First year college students, Sopheap (left) and Sreinoch, received new laptop computers.