After supporting numerous schools around Cambodia, in 2017 we opened the Reach Out Community School in Siem Reap. It started with 30 students and one full-time teacher. Today the school provides free education to over 300 students and employs 5 full-time Cambodian teachers.
Due to the growth in students the school is in desperate need of funding for more toilets for the students, extra teachers and new sports playground…
In many rural villages in South Africa there are high rates of child abuse, crime and kidnappings. With the support of local communities we are building crèches equipped with soup kitchens, classrooms and bathrooms to provide supervision, education and a hot-meal to at-risk children.
4.3 million children and adults die prematurely from household air-pollution every year. The smoke from domestic fires (predominately used for cooking) causes more deaths in Peru than malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDs combined.
We work with families living high in the Andes to build smoke ventilated kitchens to fight this diseases and save the families income as less wood is required for cooking!