The early-age school project is ongoing. We have schools in 14 villages for over 400 children ages 3 to 7, most of whom would never attend school. Because of these early-age schools almost all of our students go on to government school and do well because of their head start.
In addition, our volunteers provide classes for the communities on a variety of topics ranging from nutrition to family violence. Many women in the villages attend special adult classes that teach reading and writing.
We are also involved with community improvement projects that help with special needs such as wells for clean water, livestock care, and community safety. Whenever possible, we hire local people to teach these village classes.
Helping Raska with the gift of sight
From Terrance Kellogg, Outreach Coordinator: Raksa is one of our seventy children at the Samrong Farm Orphanage. She is going blind and needs a special examination, probably in Thailand, which…More
MRC Cambodian Children’s School and Orphanage Update, Feb. 2017
We have just completed the annual holiday Cambodian orphan clothing drive. This program, sponsored by John and Nina Soileau and Metabolic Research Center, provides new clothing for over 200 orphans…More