2021-2022
Monthly and General Donation
Annual Report

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Water Project
Annual Report

Cambodia

Household Toilet

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Project completed

*New monthly donation project in 21/22

Cambodia

Water Supply System

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Project completed

*New monthly donation project in 21/22

Myanmar

School Water Purification System

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Household Toilet

Sophy Village, East Sreth Village and West Sreth Village, Kontreang Commune, Prasat Bakong District, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Back in 2016, we discovered how rare it was for villagers to have access to a safely-managed toilet during a field visit in Cambodia. Bushes or open air structure above rivers are toilets for less privileged villagers. Untreated faeces contaminate water sources and that brings a severe sanitation crisis to the whole community, it is even more concerning during the pandemic. 

Since 2018, we have been working with local partners to build household toilets for villagers in need. Other than improving personal hygiene and sanitation standards, a proper toilet can provide protection to women and girls especially during their menstruation cycles.

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Water Supply System

Varin Commune, Carin District, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia

In Varin commune, north of Siem Reap, less than 40% of the population has access to a clean water source. The rest could only collect water from ponds and rainwater. Beside the instability of available water during dry season, drinking water from untreated water source also bring threats to their health.

 

In order to efficiently improve water access in Varin commune, we have constructed a water supply system for the community, benefiting 2,700 residents.

1. Using machines to extract groundwater

2. Building a water tank

3. Linking pipes from the water tank to households

Varin commmune will established a committee to manage the water supply system, including checking water meters and maintenance, and they will be monitored by our local partner. The committee will charge users low and affordable fees for maintenance work and other routine work.

Villagers will need to apply for water supply services to the committee. One-off set up fee is USD 50, and it is USD 37 for poorer villagers. Water bill is charged USD 0.37 per cubic meter. For a family of 4, it would only be around USD 2-3 per month. Charging affordable bills not only encourage villagers to treasure water, it empowers them to be capable of self-sustaining the water supply system, alleviating their water shortage crisis in the long run. There are already 126 families who have applied for the service.

Besides, there are 10 shared water stations for other villagers. They are run by the committee and operate from 6a.m. to 6p.m. daily.

Due to the poor groundwater quality, people living in the Dala Township rely on ponds as their primary water source. However, drinking untreated water threatens their health.

As the water quality is particularly worse, the schools need to use a more advanced technology, RO (Reverse Osmosis) filter, to treat the raw water. RO filter can remove common chemical contaminants to turn raw water into potable water.

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School Water Purification System

Dala Township, Myanmar

School name:Shwe Hlay Chaung (Post Basic Education Primary School) 

Location:Shwe Hlay Chaung Village, Dala Township

Amount of students:155

School name:Tone Tin Kan (Post Basic Education Primary School) 

Location:Tone Tin Kan Village, Dala Township

Amount of students:165

School Rebuild
Annual Report

Nepal

Shree Bhumiraj
Adharbhut School

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Under construction

Cambodia

Thluk Pring
Primary School

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students

Under construction

Shree Bhumiraj Adhabhut School locates in Sudurpaschim province, Northwest of Nepal near the border with India, and was built in 2006. The school structure was destructed by an earthquake in 2015. Although it has been 7 years, it has not been prioritised to renovate due to its remote location.

Students of this school are all from marginalised groups and low-income families. As the school is in poor conditions, some students have dropped out or switch to schools further from homes.

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Shree Bhumiraj Adharbhut School

Sigas RM-1, Besara, Baitadi, Sudurpaschim Province, Nepal

Amount of students: 103 

Expected date of completion: June 2022

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Shree Bhumiraj Adharbhut School

Sigas RM-1, Besara, Baitadi, Sudurpaschim Province, Nepal

Amount of students: 103 

Expected date of completion: June 2022

Shree Bhumiraj Adhabhut School locates in Sudurpaschim province, Northwest of Nepal near the border with India, and was built in 2006. The school structure was destructed by an earthquake in 2015. Although it has been 7 years, it has not been prioritised to renovate due to its remote location.

原本此學校的學生均來自低收入及被邊緣化的群體,但因校舍日久失修,大部份學生選擇輟學或到其他地區讀書 

We are constructing a three-classroom building for Shree Bhumiraj Adhabhut School. Other than providing a safe learning environment, we hope to raise local enrolment rate and literacy rate.

Local workers are hired for the construction project, which also helps boosting local economy with the job opportunities.

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Thluk Pring Primary School

Ngann Village, Ngan Communities, Sandan District, Kampong Thom Province,  Cambodia 

Amount of students:78 

Expected date of completion: June 2022

It has been two years since COVID-19 strikes, but we are not stopping even when we cannot physically visit the field. Other than Nepal, we are expanding our school rebuild project to Cambodia. 

 

To enhance students' learning environment, we are constructing a three-classroom building with brick and concrete, bringing a safe and comfortable learning environment for the children.

Sandan district locates 233km Northwest of Siem Reap, 77% of its population is living in poverty. There are 58 primary schools in the district and 12 of them are in poor conditions. Thluk Pring Primary School is one of them.

Thluk Pring Primary School has 6 classrooms, but none of the structures is safe and sturdy. The school is only made out of metal sheets and poor quality wood. During wet season, students often have to learn in a dripping and flooded classroom, which heavily affects their education.

Nutrition Meal
Annual Report

Cambodia

Hospital Nutrition Meal Project

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Cambodia

School Breakfast Project

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students benefited

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Hospital Nutrition Meal Project

Siem Reap Province, Cambodia

Numerous Cambodian families are still living in poverty, parents feel even more helpless in the case of their children diagnosed with chronic illnesses. Other than medical expenses, they often lack money to buy fresh ingredients and lack knowledge about nutritions. This becomes a barrier for them to prepare healthy food for their unwell children.

Our hospital nutrition meal project aims to serve sick children and their parents with a range of activities. We hope to improve children's development by providing healthy ingredients and educating parents about balanced diets. 

Providing 13,880 families with

  • Fresh ingredients 
  • Cooking demonstration 
  • Nutrition seminar

Outreach service for 4,916 families

  • Malnutrition screening
  • Cooking demonstration
  • Volunteer training

Proving 1,566 families with

  • Breastfeeding consultation
  • Breastfeeding education

 

The school breakfast project launched in Cambodia in March 2021. Last year, the school suspension due to COVID forced us to temporarily put the project on hold. However, we did not just stop there, we tried to find new ways to provide extra nutritions to students by distributing vitamin C tablets and fresh food ingredients. The ingredients pack includes rice, eggs, canned fish, garlic etc. We hope to alleviate parents' economic burden caused by the pandemic.

Cambodian schools have fully resumed classes since last November, and the project has gone back to normal since December 2021. We have been providing nutritious breakfast to 293 students from Rung Roeung School and York School, and we hope this can encourage enrolment rate among rural village children.

In 2022, the two schools have 20 and 21 more students respectively!

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School Breakfast Project

Banteay Ampil District, Oddar Meanchey Province, Cambodia

Chamnab Ly Hongand her family live in a remote rural village in Cambodia. Her mother prepares a local food Bok Mate for her breakfast everyday. The main ingredients are sour fruits, fish paste, garlic, and other vegetables. Low in calories, the breakfast cannot sustain energetic children for a full-day class, they often feel tired early in the day.

Afterreceiving the fresh ingredients pack, Chamnab Ly Hongand her family now have healthy and filling food. She has become happier and healthier, which has also helped her to perform better in class. 

School name:York Primary School

Location:York Village, Ampil Commune

Amount of students:82

School name:Rung Roeung Primary School

Location:Rung Roeung Village, Ampil Commune

Amount of students:213

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