EFD in Kampong Speu

Today, October 17, we delivered our largest number of packages to 45 very poor families in Kampong Speu. Located about 45 kms north of Phnom Penh, this rural village has been affected by income loss due to Covid closures of businesses in tourism, education, garment, etc. Also due to Covid in Phnom Penh, only 2 members, Brendan and Don plus a prospective member, Joseph were able to attend. Our project has now helped 435 familes and delivered around 60,000 meals worth.

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2 weeks ago

Rotary Club of Phnom Penh
PP Michael Wright and P Don Rosenfeldt met with PP Jimmy Ooi, RC Singapore, and PP Brian Tan, Raffles City, to discuss a long shelved project for disadvantaged women and families north of Siem Reap. The meeting was very productive with a positive outcome being to complete a submission to Rotary International for a Global Grant to assist in training 12 Khmer women who will train village women to start a small community based business to help earn an income for their families. The project aims to train 300 Khmer women in how to start a small business and will provide start up funds and ongoing mentoring.The RCPP looks forward to working with this project with our Singaporean Colleagues. ... See MoreSee Less
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.... and on 28 of April the Footprints International School laid the foundation for the Rotary Interact Cub of FIS! Its registration with Rotary International is under way and the first youth service projects of our 12 to 18 yo club members are planned for. Join us in the river clean-up mission on this Friday afternoon, organized by River Ocean Cleanup Organization! Special thanks to Rotary Club of Phnom Penh for being the sponsoring RC of the new Interact Club!May is Youth Service month.Youth service recognises the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities, service projects and exchange programs and aims to provide innovative and practical opportunities to assist and motivate young people in our communities to acquire learning and life skills.Youth Service is an investment in the future. A commitment to Youth Service within and through our clubs is a commitment to the next generation of potential Rotarians and the ongoing future and health of our clubs. #wearerotary #rotary ... See MoreSee Less
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