One of the projects Toni had implemented when working at the Centre was English classes for the younger children. We fund these classes with your donations, so she was keen to catch up with the teacher, Sambath, to see how things were going.
|Toni talking to the English class|
CraftNymboida local, Kim Lavery donated a box of crafts to take over. As an added bonus, the high quality craft items aren't available in Cambodia so the kids and the staff were incredibly excited. A huge thank you to Kim !
|Toni doing craft with the kids|
|Hard at it !|
|Moi, bee, bay ! (Khmer for 1, 2 3), strike a pose !|
Plenty of craft items were left behind, with Toni passing instructions on to the staff showing how they could be used
SoapThe Centre has a set up a small business making soap, This allows some of the local Mums a chance to earn a small income as well as allowing them time together to socialise and catch up. We had organised to buy 50 soaps and they had just finished them when we were there.
We have these for sale at the local Nymboida Markets if any one wants one ! All the money from the sale goes back to the donations account.
|Soap Ladies working hard|
|Soaps finished and awaiting packaging|