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  • Volunteering With PLF By Jacqui Rawson Volunteering with PLF takes on many different forms.  You could come for 10 weeks or two weeks, you could come as a group of 5, alone or with a friend, or you can come and volunteer with your whole family. For the third year in a row, a group of five volunteers from Union College ...
  • Volunteer Post: “Lessons Learned While Abroad” By Volunteer Brianna Caruccio Have a read through what Bri felt, thought and experienced during her time as a volunteer with the PLF . . . Lessons Learned While Abroad – by Brianna Caruccio Flexibility is key. Don’t expect a situation to go according to plan and don’t be upset when it, inevitably, doesn’t. Sometimes you will be ...
  • PLF High Schoolers Start Science & Engineering Club By Jacqui Rawson There is a Science and Engineering Club of 17 students at Hun Sen Wat Svay High School that are using recycling as a way to further progress their education. Science education is fairly basic in Cambodian public schools with no hands-on-training at all.  But this basic foundation was still enough to get two PLF’ ...
  • PLF Girls Rise to Share Their Stories Through Film By Brooke Loving-Bagwell, PLF Intern Every Sunday, eight teenage girls cycle from their urban dormitory to the PLF office to participate in PLF’s three-part media program that incorporates blogging, photography, and videography to help them learn to tell their stories and give them the tools with which to share them.  Catered specifically upper high school girls, this ...
  • Welcome to Sothea! By Jacqui Rawson Sothea started with us only two months ago but already the positive changes he has instigated at Koh Ker School are impressive! Prior to coming to work with PLF Sothea worked for 15 years with CMAC, a mine clearance organisation.  Whilst there he worked his way up the ranks, firstly becoming a Field Medic ...

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