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  • The 2016 Drought- Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst. In our holistic approach to bringing meaningful education to the most marginalized communities in northern Cambodia, a key component is our food programs, which take the edge off the persistent food insecurity that is prevalent among the children who attend PLF rural schools. The 2014 Cambodia Demographic Health Survey found that under-nutrition rates remain a public ...
  • Romchek Primary School Comes into the Fold It was in May 2014 that PLF made it’s first visit to Romchek Village, nestled just inside a protected forest in northern Preah Vihear Province. This village is about 20km north of Koh Ker Village, where PLF has run a successful school for almost a decade. The students from Koh Ker have been given access ...
  • Knar School Learns to Uke By Hannah Najar This past fall Lucy Inouye, a frequent PLF volunteer from Hawaii, introduced a group of 12 students to the tunes of her hometown and paved the way for ukulele club at Knar school. It is with great excitement that we write this post to share the current accomplishments of PLF’s newest musicians! While she ...
  • Brooke Beyer’s Volunteering Story By Brooke Beyer Brooke and her mother, Gretchen, spent a week volunteering at Tchey School, working on english enrichment and teaching Irish dance. Here is Brooke’s account of all of the jumping, skipping, turning, and her favorite moments during her time spent volunteering with PLF. “My parents first met Ponheary in 2005 while on holiday in Siem ...
  • A Day in the Life: Volunteering in Koh Ker By Hannah Najar Curious what daily life looks like for volunteers in Koh Ker? Check out Hannah’s daily routine from a week spent volunteering and checking in on PLF’s programs at Koh Ker Primary, Romchek Primary, and Srayang Dormitory. Great adventures always start with breakfast! 6:00am Breakfast with the roosters (so to speak) at the guesthouse 6:15am Hop ...

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