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Exciting New PLF Programs Begin with Opening of School Year

By Travis Thompson

As Ponheary Ly Foundation opened its schools for this academic year, it launched a host of new programs never seen before in these areas of the country. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Farmers In My Village

By Piseth

Most people in my village are farmers. They grow rice and vegetables. Most of them grow rice once a year, but some of them twice a year. In summer, some of them grow vegetables and some others work as construction workers. (more…)

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PLF Scholarship Update: 50 New Students Funded!

By Travis Thompson

The worldwide PLF family did it!  We’ve now officially brought in 50 new students to our upper-secondary scholarship program this year, and as of today, all of them are funded to go to public school. (more…)

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GET REAL: Election Unrest and Flooding Create Massive School Hurdles
“Get Real” will be a regular post from Ponheary, Lori or Travis about real challenges we face daily in the operation of Ponheary Ly Foundation.

By Travis Thompson, PLF Executive Director

Since mid-July we’ve been up against some of the biggest challenges we’ve ever faced in terms of getting school information about our students. (more…)

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PLF Supporter Crosses United States on Bicycle, Raising Thousands

By Travis Thompson

A recent university grad just completed an epic 3,500-mile bicycle ride across the United States raising thousands of dollars for Ponheary Ly Foundation. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Salary Not Equal the Life

By Nary Chun

In my village, most people have many problems with the economics of their family. For example, the salary of working and the spending every day is not equal for them, which makes those families faced with  less food to support themselves. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Protecting Our School Environment

By Seryvuth

The last two years I was a student in grade 6 in Chey School. I am a student in high school now, but I still study in Chey School too, for computers and English. Tchey is very beautiful school and we have to care and do not destroy the environment or the equipment in this school as well. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Flooding In Cambodia

By Thavy 

During the year of the 2013, in the rainy season, the water is higher than the other year because of the natural disaster such as too much rain, storm, and flooding. Based on this reason, it makes many provinces in Cambodia flood. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Learning a Second Language

By Reaksa

Most of the countries in the world have their own language. However, some of these countries speak many languages such as the U.S.A. which is a very cosmopolitan country as the people who live there come from many different countries and speak different languages, but the most common language of the U.S.A. is English. Here in Cambodia the biggest language used is Cambodian. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: My Field Trip

By Visarl

Last week my friends and I visited some temples surrounding Siem Reap Province. I have learned a lot about the temples, like history, how people built the temples to dedicate to other people, and the structure of the temples as well. (more…)