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Many impoverished children in rural Cambodia don’t have access to crucial items needed to attend primary school–uniforms and school supplies. The Ponheary Ly Foundation provides these “school bundles” to children who would otherwise not be going to school.
Once all the children from a village are present at their public school and properly equipped, the PLF supports the school to provide a quality of education that is equal to that which is accessible in the urban communities.

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STUDENT BLOG: Good Health, Good Life

By Sokim

In daily living, people always want to live healthier. One of the main rules and it is the most important one that we all need to take care of is routine cleaning. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Pickled Papaya

By Sophors

Papaya is a kind of fruit that has a lot of flavour and also has a lot of vitamins.  Something more you can do is add papaya when you cook food, also you can use it to pickle the food. We will now show you how to do Pickled Papaya, how can we make very delicious pickle? (more…)

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Fundraiser in Singapore

By Jacqui Rawson

Support for PLF comes in many forms; volunteering, teaching, donations, supply of materials and this support comes from many different countries around the world.  (more…)

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Secondary School Program – A New Face on Deck

By Jacqui Rawson

As our students become more and more successful staying in school, PLF is busy laying a more solid foundation for supporting our older students as they migrate out of high school and into tertiary education and the workplace.

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Food Bank

by Lori Carlson

PLF has a number of high school students who are from remote villages in the Province where school stops at grade 9. They get on the public taxi and come to the city to figure out a way to continue their education. They are alone, without the support of family and friends and most often they are from very poor families who cannot send them monthly allowances that would support them here. (more…)