Fish provide a secure source of food for Seab’s family
By Laura Hill, Communications Manager, CARE Australia Bopha* and her family live in a small village in Koh Kong Province, Cambodia. Like many 12-year-old girls, Bopha loves skipping rope with her friends. She also likes going to school, but sometimes misses out on both activities because she is burdened by collecting water and helping to […]
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By Amelia Poxon, CARE Communications Coordinator At just 22 years-of-age, Soun Dyna last went to school 14 years ago. Her family did not have the money to pay for school fees, so she and her seven brothers and sisters only made it as far as grade two or three. As an adult, Dyna felt destined […]
By Amelia Poxon, CARE Australia Communications Officer Today, I met five mothers from Srae Angkrong Commune in Cambodia’s north-east. We sat around a table in the communal area of their small village, which boasts a colourful pagoda for Buddhist prayer, a meeting house and a playground. The topic of our conversation? Cabbages and classrooms. […]
Seven women from Australia are currently participating in CARE’s I am powerful cycle challenge from Vietnam to Cambodia. Participants will visit CARE projects and hear first-hand from the communities about how CARE is empowering women and helping to overcome global poverty. Belinda from Inspired Adventures is sending regular updates on how the group are going and what a CARE challenge is […]