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Aug 21, 2017

Thank you and an update from M'Lop Tapang

providing free medical care
providing free medical care

Hello again from M’Lop Tapang,

I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you again for you for your donations and supporting the work we do here for disadvantaged Cambodian children.

With your help we continue to provide services to vulnerable children and their families, helping them to build better and safer futures for themselves. If you have time, I have provided a few links below to stories and videos that I thought you might be interested in reading and hopefully illustrate just how much your donations are making an impact.

Thank you again for your support. As always, if you have any question please don’t hesitate to me email at info@mloptapang.org

Sincerely,

Eve Saosarin
Director
M’Lop Tapang

education for disadvantaged children
education for disadvantaged children
arts and sports opportunities
arts and sports opportunities
nutritional support
nutritional support

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Aug 17, 2017

Thank you for you supporting M'Lop Tapang

Hot lunches for disadvantaged children
Hot lunches for disadvantaged children

Hello from M’Lop Tapang.

This morning I was talking to one of the students at our Education Center, a bright young 12-year old girl named Bopha (name changed for confidentiality). She has been attending classes here for about 1 ½ years now. Like all of the children we work with she comes from a very poor family and before coming to school with us she used stayed home to take care of her younger siblings while her parents went to work. When I asked her why she liked coming to M’Lop Tapang she told me I want to learn to read and write so I can help my parents.” I learned that both Bopha’s parents are illiterate and she is the first in her family to go to school.

I wanted to thank you again for your donations and support for the food program at M’Lop Tapang. Because of your help hundreds of boys and girls like Bopha who are attending education programs at M’Lop Tapang are provided with a free hot lunch. For many of them it is the most nutritious meal they will have each day.

Again, thank you so much for all your help and support.

All the best,

Sarin

Living near the ocean, fish is often served
Living near the ocean, fish is often served
A traditional Cambodian fish dish with friends
A traditional Cambodian fish dish with friends
Lunchtime
Lunchtime
Jul 17, 2017

thank you for supporting m'lop tapang

Vocational training for older youth
Vocational training for older youth

Hello from Cambodia!

I am delighted to write you again to say thank you so much for your support of the work we do here at M’Lop Tapang. With your help we continue to provide services to thousands of vulnerable children and youth in the local area.

The last time I wrote you I talked a little bit about how your generosity and donations are helping disadvantaged children get an education. For older children and youth (aged 15 years and older) we also offer vocational training programs.

Pech*(name changed for confidentiality) was barely in his teens when he dropped out of school. From a poor family, with little education and no formal skills his prospects of finding safe, decent employment were slim. Two years ago, at 15 years old he joined one of our vocational training programs to study cooking. As part of his training he recently completed an internship at a five-star hotel here in Sihanoukville. He impressed his supervisor and was offered a full-time job in their kitchen. For the first time in his life Pech now has safe, steady employment. He is now able to help his parents financially a little bit but has also gained a tremendous amount of self confidence and is much happier that he was before. His parent tells us that when he comes home from work he is excited to tell them all about his day and the new things he is learning. They are proud of the young man Pech has become and now see a brighter future for their son.

M’Lop Tapang’s vocational training programs are designed to meet the job market needs of the local area and include training in sewing, bicycle and motorcycle repair, electrics and plumbing, and cooking and hospitality. If you would like to see a bit more, I have included links at the bottom of this page to a couple of short videos we made recently.

Again, from all of us here at M’Lop Tapang, thank you for your generosity in helping to improve the lives of the children and youth we work with.

Sincerely,

Eve Saosarin
Director, M’Lop Tapang

Sandan, vocational training restaurant
Sandan, vocational training restaurant
Learning motorbike repair
Learning motorbike repair

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