Packages of Emergency care

by Kamboo Project
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care
Packages of Emergency care

We still continuce with package of emergency care to students in our target area as the covid 19 still continuce spreading. The limit of travel still continuce, so the students's parent still difficult access to their income. We have delivered 35 packages sent to Momeanh Elementary School due to labor shortages and lack of financial stability during the global pandemic. At this point in time they have little or no access to basic foodstuffs that they can provide for their children. This delivery can help them see light at the end of the tunnel. Many thanks to all donor and supporter for their great financial and spiritual support.

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At the beginning of the year 2021, the Kamboo Project Team got right back to work. We put together 30 care packages for 30 students and brought them to Boeun Chum Primary School. This elementary school is located in the countryside and is 40 kilometers from the nearest town. In addition to food supplies for the school children and families in need, we also handed over portable hand washing equipment. The day of the visit was used for extensive hygiene training for the school children and families. The hygiene minestream is focus on Handwashing and also provide materials that they can use at home. We thank our loyal donors for making such actions possible and looking forward to receiveing more fund for a great project in pandemic time. 

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Firstly, we would like to express gratitude to our donor and supporters who sponsor to make this great work happen. All Stakeholders of Norodom Sna Songkream Primary School- especially all its students who are received the package emergency care are excited to receive a care package at this time.

Since March 2019 that COVID 19 starting spitting out to many countries around the world. Cambodia is also one of the families affected by this virus. Since that month, schools all across Cambodia are closed due to the virus SARS-CoV-2. Parents are desperate to secure daily food support for their families. Because of SARS-CoV-2, there are many families losing their jobs, and therefore access to income. Some families cannot event support their own daily meal. We want to help them while this pandemic as much as we can. We think that Hand sanity is one of the core elements of effective combat against coronavirus or other bacteria. A food package will help them to overcome hardship.

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Kamboo Project

Location: Zurich - Switzerland
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Project Leader:
Keo Somalita
Zurich, Switzerland
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