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STUDENT BLOG: My First Feel for Computer Class

By Sal Chamroeun

In 2011, I began to study English with the support of the Ponheary Ly Foundation. In July, I had an exam for my English class. After this I got a certificate from the PLF and I have traveled to Kulen Mountain with foreigner in PLF. After this time, maybe a few months later, my friends come to see me and ask, “Do you want to study a computer?”. (more…)

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PLF Urban Computer Lab Students Celebrate Big Milestones

By Travis Thompson

Twenty students who’ve spent months studying in Ponheary Ly Foundation’s urban computer lab in Siem Reap graduated Sunday. (more…)

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PLF Reaches Out to New Eco-Tourism Project

By Travis Thompson

Ponheary Ly Foundation launched an English-teaching program for the staff of a new eco-tourism company in a community facing huge obstacles.   The entire village is now dependent on tourism after authorities took their rice farms. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: The Chance to Get the Knowledge from the Other Countries

By Sothy

Many students who study have different goals. For example, some of the students want to get jobs, which follow their abilities, earn a lot of money, develop the country, or work as a volunteer. They think of the different ways about their jobs and their goals. (more…)

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GUEST BLOG: A is for Adjutant

By Jolly Zhou

Today I took my first field trip in more than 10 years, along with Grade 6 students from Koh Ker School. We visited the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB), the first nature conservation centre in Cambodia, located near Kbal Spean. (more…)

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PLF Hits the Ground Running as Scholarship Program Skyrockets

By Travis Thompson

Armed with iPads, the PLF student media team has been in the field, shooting bio videos of dozens of Grade 9 students who might be able to continue secondary school on PLF scholarships if the program can find support from corporations, businesses and family foundations abroad. (more…)

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UPDATE: Through My Eyes

By Sopha Pech

Have a look at some updates on Sopha’s post about his recreations of famous still life art.

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STUDENT BLOG: Fishing in Cambodia

By Sdey

Cambodia is a place that has many kinds of lakes and rivers. One special lake is Tonle Sap Lake. There are many kinds of fish like sea fish and fish in the lake and sometimes from rivers too. The fish from the Tonle Sap Lake supply food for almost all of the people in Cambodia. (more…)

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GUEST BLOG: A Note from Srayang Volunteer Torsten Tabel

By Torsten Tabel

I am writing as a volunteer at Srayang Dormitory. I would just like to share my experience and send thanks to all that are a part of this project, to all who assist in making the project happen by a one time or many times donation. I have the fortunate opportunity to see the progress of these students on a day-to-day basis. In doing so, I appreciate what has been created here. (more…)

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Knar Students Light Up with Creativity in Solar Lamp Contest

By Travis Thompson

Students at Knar Primary School are seeing things in a whole new light after practicing their art skills in a contest that ended with PLF awarding dozens of cutting-edge, hand-held solar lamps. (more…)