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  • TEACHER BLOG: What Is Scarecrows Work For? By Saveth In Cambodia, we always use scarecrows to protect rice in the field when it becomes yellow or in the harvest season. So when I was young I would always see my dad trying to set them up in the rice field. The scarecrow helps to protect the rice from the birds, cows and any animals ...
  • Pedal Power Excitement! By Jacqui Rawson For PLF’s students, secondary and English Language schools are often many kilometres from their villages along dirt, red-dust roads.  The chance to experience this new transport adventure, exciting in itself, provides a journey towards betterment and growth in many ways. At the start of each new school year bicycles are awarded to all students ...
  • 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. There are a steadfast husband and wife team, Seng Hock Lee and his wife Bee Leh, quietly working away behind the scenes in Singapore. They have been providing funds to ...
  • 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 ...
  • Update on Tchey Sports Program By Jamie Stafford 2014 was my 7th year coming back to Cambodia and volunteering at the PLF. Although it was a short visit, much was packed in, as always, and I came away yearning for a longer visit next summer. My visit began at Tchey School for an afternoon that will live long in my memory. After the ...

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