BTO will provide a bathroom/toilet at the home of farmer Soem Thorn, who lives with his wife, khun Sithon and their 5 children in Angtasom, Takev.
A further 9 families in Takeo and Kampot will benefit from this project in the coming weeks.
Some of our students will be going to University next year. They're making good use of Am Pov's weekend computer classes
Construction for the new fifth school commenced this week in TaProm Village, Kampot Province.
Savin has been teaching some students in his spare time.
They’re very excited to soon have a new classroom and library for their studies.
SreyLin is our first scholarship student.
With thanks to the support from Patti Lee and Barbara Seagram she is able to live in Phnom Penh and study at Pannasatra University.
Savin, BTO director, is sharing his knowledge with the teachers.
They have been updating their lesson planning skills - a very important part of their work.
To those who attended the Third Annual Fundraising All-day Bridge Event held October 2nd, with North American Bridge Masters Barbara Seagram and Patti Lee, where $7,200 was raised for our schools in Cambodia!
To Jerry Smee and Lorna Johnson for their involvment in the Barbara Seagram "Take More Tricks...Improve Your Declarer Play" at the Niagara Falls Bridge Tournament and Fundraiser on November 8th and to the attendees!
To EVERYONE who attended the Second Annual Fundraising All-day Bridge Event held September 26, with North American Bridge Masters Barbara Seagram and Patti Lee. We raised $4,257!
To event organizers, Linda Harrison and Carolyne Dixon, the ladies of the Gravenhurst Seniors Centre for the lunch enjoyed by the attendees and the attendees from Muskoka, Chatham, Huntsville and beyond who raised over $5,000!