A Sustainable Solution To Malnutrition In Cambodia

 
$20,378
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Dec 8, 2011

Flood Wipes Out Project

After a full year of trials and tribulations we have been somewhat successful with Moringa.

The community are using the trees that have survived the worst flooding in 40 years are still doing well but they account for less than 10 trees so we have to apply the funding on hand to continue the project - pretty much from scratch for 2012 and hope this wet season we have no more floods.

During these floods the community lost 35% of the rice crop and many homes were damaged and destroyed. http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/flash-floods/ 

We where the sole suppliers of food to the village for many weeks but thankfully as the waters have dried up the repair and rebuilding work has got underway!

The road remains ruined and difficult to gain access to the village on anything but a motorcycle... but we continue our efforts and Moringa will be a project we will be glad to reinstate in the community.

Thanking all donors and supporters for your contributuion to making our work possible. 

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Project Leader

Phil Starling

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Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Map of A Sustainable Solution To Malnutrition In Cambodia