By Chris

SCEGGS Darlinghurst Yr 9 Girls Take Action

“In our year group we have created a committee who dedicate themselves to helping support the Cambodian teachers and students. We have formed a set of current and future goals. Instead of giving presents within our class and friendship groups, Year 9 at SCEGGS Darlinghurst is giving much-needed school and sporting supplies. We believe it is […]

By Chris

Water Filters Completed at Both Schools

We are very pleased to announce that Clear Cambodia completed the construction and installation of large bio-sand filters at both our schools in Cambodia over the weekend. The children will now have clean drinking water. With diarrhoea being one of the leading causes of childhood death in Cambodia, and intestinal problems due to unclean drinking […]

By Chris

SCEGGS Students Donate $2233.25

The Year 10 Commerce students at SCEGGS Darlinghurst have donated the profits from their class business to support the salary of our English/computer teacher at the Shintoshin School in Cambodia. The girls worked for 8 weeks (under the guidance of their teachers Sarah Hibbert and Daniel Mahon) to create a small business; including designing logos, business plans, marketing […]

By Chris

Terry & Margaret Gillett to Run Workshops at Both Schools

Terry and Margaret (Brisbane based) will be travelling to our schools in December to provide education and training in computing and first aid. Terry has been assisting Let’s Build a School for over a year now, providing donated laptops and XO computers, as well as tech support. He is also working on a device called […]

By Chris

LBS Hit Chinatown Markets

Let’s Build a School recently had the opportunity to spread the word about the work we’re doing in Cambodia and raise some much needed funds for our schools. Thanks to LBS supporter, Jia Pei, we had a stall for two nights at the markets. Also, a big thanks to those who volunteered and donated merchandise/artwork to sell […]

By Chris

Chanra Recovering Well from Surgery

Chanra has been visited by the staff at World Assistance for Cambodia, and is recovering well after another round of surgery at the Children’s Surgical Centre in Phnom Penh.

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More Surgery for Young Chanra

Chanra, a Girls Be Ambitious student at the Shintoshin School, has arrived back in Phnom Penh for another round of surgery on her hands. She’s come a long way already, as you can see from the above images, but she’s still got a way to go. She’s such a brave kid. Please keep her and her […]