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Humanitarian services that the FRA made in Cambodia during the period of July 1995 – December 2018:
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arrowMandarin-language education for ethnic Chinese-Cambodian children:
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Over the past , the FRA had subsidized tuition for 9,976 students in 18 Chinese-language schools across Cambodia, in addition to providing teacher salaries and recruiting 41 volunteers from Tai-wan to help train new, local teachers. FRA managed to ship 67,700 volumes of books raised in Taiwan to Cambodia to help enrich the 18 schools’ libraries. The organization had also built 15 classrooms, built or refurbished five libraries, as well as building faculty offices, activity centers, dormitories, basketball courts and toilets in those 18 Chinese-language schools.line
arrowKhmer-language education:
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FRA help to construct Tou Pasha high school, Takeo elementary school, Dong Aranh elementary school, Tanai elementary school, Yeangdangkum high school, Yeaysam elementary school, FRA secondary and vocational high school, Yeang Akpivat elementary school, Peamseyma elementary school , Kompongprohok elementary school and Damnaksan Elementary School. The eleven schools provided new classrooms, benefiting over 15,000 students so far. FRA had printed 78,000 copies of Khmer-language text books for the use of over 20,000 students across Cambodia. And buy over 13,980 set of Khmer-language text books for poor students. FRA raised huge amount of stationery in Taiwan and had the donations transported to Cambodia in a 100-ft container. The shipment, containing 67,100 individual packs of stationery and toys, had been distributed to children in 233 schools across Cambodia. FRA had also purchased 621 bicycles for the use of school children from remote areas to help facilitate their trips to school.line
arrowThe FRA Green Grass Home:
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FRA Founder Yang Wei-lin established the Green Grass Home in 1999 following the end of armed conflict in Cambodia to provide orphans or poor children aged 6 to 15 with food and accommodation. By 2010, the FRA Green Grass Home had cared for 122 homeless children who used to have wandered the streets begging for food after the war. FRA has been operating a vocational training center aimed at helping young Cambodian villagers to become financially dependent and improve the lives of their families. So far, the center has given free vocational courses to 4,984 trainees. Of the total, 685 had successfully finished their courses. Meanwhile, FRA has provided 60 financially-constrained students or villagers with interest-free loans to help them purchase equipment to start up small businesses.line
arrowMedical aid:
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FRA has financially assisted 20 Cambodian villagers suffering from cleft lip from birth in receiving surgeries and treatment. FRA donated desk sets and one hospital ward bed to the Veun Sai public health station. FRA had also drilled six new wells and repaired two old wells in a Laos village in Veun Sai. The or-ganization gave out 625 water containers to the Laotians there to help them store clean drinking water. FRA had invited doctors and medical professionals from Taiwan to give a large-scale benefit medical drive in Poipet. About 800 villagers received free medical consultation or treatment. During the drive, FRA also provided patients with wheelchairs, crutches, walkers and walking sticks. Work with “Smile Action” from Malaysia to deal 755 villagers. Work with “Taiwan Root Medical Peace Corps” to deal 2,561 villagers of 6 villages. Work with “TY Fashion company” from Taiwan to deal 1,837 villagers of 2 villages.line
arrowEnvironmental protection efforts:
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As of today, FRA has built 144 crematoriums and morgues at temples in rural areas around Cambodia in an effort to help reduce impact to the environment while also maintaining respects to the dead. FRA also has built 77 toilets and 64 wells to improve public health. And help 1,677 villagers to deal with their body after burning.line
arrowEmergency aid:
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FRA has provided emergency cash aid to 654 poor Cambodian families upon accidents or sudden adversities. FRA has also provided emergency rice rations to 32,431 families, distributing a total of 383,970 kilograms of rice to help them survive food shortages.line
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