March 17, 2016
Dear CASF Donors,
In 2015, we were able to expand the CASF program thanks to donors like you, allowing us to add nineteen new secondary students and six new university students to the CASF program.
Our students are now working hard to complete their education, in subjects such as Accounting, Tourism and Chemistry at the university level. Our provincial high school students are benefiting from a collaboration from the Peace Corps that is allowing them high level English instruction, as well as career counseling from our university students and board members.
In February, we met with all of our Grade 12 students, like Pen Kosal, with their parents present, to advise them on the next steps as they move on to the university. Kosal is committed to becoming a doctor, and says that what she wants most from her education is to be "woken up"!
We are now deactivating funding for this successful expansion campaign, in order to turn our attention to new endeavors, such as enhanced career readiness training at the university level, and computer and internet training in our rural villages.
We thank you again for all your support, without which we would not exist.