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TextBook Donation

Organized by: Vireak Chandara

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THE STORY:

For almost 10-year after we finished and left our school we have been looking for the opportunity to help our community and our school. Pailin is a province in Cambodia near the border of Thailand and it was one of the first cities invaded by the Khmer Rouge in the late 1970s.

TepNiMeth Pailin High School students are energised to learn. They have enthusiastic teachers, great classroom atmosphere and plenty of school spirit. Unfortunately, our students each day deprived of one critical tool for their success: TextBook.

Each classroom and student has not enough books for use while in class and to read while in break. School’s library is unable to provide students with some important books for additional reading at home.
We want them to have the tools they need to maintain consistent academic performance and this is too important a resource to go unfunded. Will you help us to meet our goal of buying 500 textbooks to donate to our community?

We hope that you will be able to join us in funding. We will always highly appreciate for any amount of your donation. We will tell all the students that it was you who invested in their academic success. Khmer and English textbooks are averaging 10$ per book. Here is an example of the impact of your donation.

3000$ Will purchase all the book needed for reading in library
1000$ Will purchase all the book needed for studying in class
800$ Will purchase any other study material needed for practicing
200$ Will cover for the transporting and meeting with all students

Former students of Pailin province in Cambodia will gather for the first time ever to meet with student from grade 9 to 12. We will speech with them about our experience of working and learning at the university on 18 October 2014.

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Vireak Chandara

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