CIA FIRST International School in Phnom Penh has been a close friend with SCAO for the past few years. This is all through the work of Andre Struve, the Director of CIA FIRST International School. Andre was also one of the first volunteers at SCAO over five years ago. Through this connection there has been a symbiotic relationship that has been growing
On the 29th and 31st of May the company “Lach Bunn Ann Optics” came out to SCAO I in Boeng Chhouk to offer free eye checks to all of SCAO’s students and the older people from the community. Over two days they checked the eyes of nearly all 250 SCAO students and also the eyesight of about 50 people from the community. Lach Bunn Ann Optics brought
The second Hairdressing classes started on the 8th of August, 2013 with 25 students. The number of students attending the class fell a little because of other commitments that the students had. These commitments included working the family farm and working to help generate more income for the family household. A small drop in the number of students
On Sunday the 6th of April we invited 50 of the villages poorest families to the school. Here we distributed 7kg of rice and a large bottle of fish sauce to each family, as well as clothing that had been donated by various donors and volunteers. With Khmer New Year just around the corner, it is a very expensive time for families as there are days of
Thanks to a generous donor who donated 14 tablets and the installation of Wi-Fi in both SCAO I and SCAO II we were able to set up a Tablet Class in both schools. This is a great opportunity for both teachers and students to increase their knowledge about new media devices and the internet. There are a lot of learning applications on the tablets, especially
Three weeks ago we have added a conversation class, which has shown to be a great success at the New School, to the schedule of the Old School/ Center. Due to the busy schedule of most of our students and our volunteers it wasn't easy to find a time that suits everyone, however we've now started to teach conversation class every Friday in the Pre-Intermediate
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