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Projects for Building Schools video-2015/09/09
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Projects for Building Schools

The creation of School-building not only solved problem of the lack side but also improved and brightened for children, after the construction of such school buildings is complete, kids in these villages will no longer be exposed to the wind, sun, and rain when they attend school.
In the rural regions of Cambodia, a home can be a simple thatch structure or a bamboo house covered with black plastic sheets. A home that is not conspicuous in any way is traded for with life savings or even the precious lives of many poor people. Hoshibian, a person who lives in Peace Village, can only build a plastic sheet house to shelter him from storms. His greatest hopes are that his children can go to school without obstacles and that his children may see a different future in education.
The Field Relief Agency of Taiwan (FRA) has been assisting poor family in Cambodia for two decades. We fully understand that only education can terminate the vicious cycle of poverty and poor health caused by many years of civil war and give poor people the means to support themselves. For this reason, aside from many years of contributing tuition and vocational training, the FRA also works with individuals and groups that identify with the creed “love is without borders – resources of the earth are to be shared” to promote education and assistance for the poor in Cambodia. Since 1996, FRA start builds classroom for ethnic Chinese primary school in 18 rural areas, it is not only construction work but also bear an education of hopes for kid.
In the year of 2005, FRA created near border of Poipet County The Tou-Pasha High School, was donation from Mr. Lam Chai-Kwok, Supervisor of International Lions Club for Area 300-A2. The creation of Tou Pasha High School not only solved the problem of the lack of high schools in Poipet side and also improved and brightened the educational prospects for school children in Terrain Village. In the past decade, this school has benefited more than six thousand schoolchildren and raised their education level to middle school or even high school from elementary school, which was the only option they had.
In addition to Poipet County, neighboring O’chrov County also has a similar condition. O’chrov County, which has over 300,000 people in population. It has 39 elementary schools and 8 junior high school but only one high school. The only high school has twenty-four classrooms that accommodate almost a thousand students. Some of these students, however, have to walk through a jungle for fifteen to twenty kilometers to go to school and therefore they are late every day. More students simply have to drop out because the school is too remote for them. Based on our estimates, almost two thousand middle school graduates cannot enter high school as planned.
Because of the conditions described above, FRA negotiated with the Department of Education of O’chrov County. Both parties decided to expand the Yeangdangkum High School, which is in an area with the highest concentration of villages, and add ten classrooms to it. The school will then be transformed into a full-fledged high school. The Director of the Department of Education of O’chrov County believes that, if that school can be transformed into a high school, the Department can request funds from the government to build roads that lead to the school. Such improvement in infrastructure can not only reduce the massive drop out among high school students but also increase the opportunities for girls in neighboring villages.
The FRA started the construction of Yeangdangkum High School in July 2014, and two other middle schools are in the planning stage. Aside from high schools, hundreds of children can only attend classes under trees or around the ground of rustic temples in poor villages such as Tanai, Thmorbangler, Thmorbangkroam, and Yeaysam. The FRA now commits all its resources to build a row of five classrooms for all these villages. After the construction of such school buildings is complete, children in these villages will no longer be exposed to the wind, sun, and rain when they attend school.

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Breakdown of Khmer-Language School Building(Please click the school name):

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No
School’s name
Date of Contract
Date of Completion
Ribbon cutting date
001
1996/08
1997/02
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002
1997/08
1998/02
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003
1998/02
1998/08
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004
1998/02
1998/08
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005
1998/02
1998/08
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006
1998/02
1998/08
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007
2000/08
2001/02
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008
2000/08
2001/02
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009
2000/08
2001/02
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010
2002/02
2002/08
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011
2002/09
2003/02
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012
2004/11/24
2005/09/24
2005/09/26
013
2007/07/16
2007/10/25
2008/01/10
014
2010/05/31
2010/08/05
2010/08/15
015
2014/01/19
2014/06/27
2014/08/08
016
2014/08/14
2015/06/29
2015/09/07
017
2014/08/25
2015/07/01
2015/09/09
018
2015/01/02
2015/12/25
2016/01/21
019
2016/01/25
2016/10/30
2016/10/31
020
2016/01/25
2016/09/30
2016/11/01
021
2017/02/21
2017/07/06
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022
2017/08/15
2017/08/28
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023
2018/06/07
2018/12/10
2018/12/30
024
Banteaymeanchey , Thmorbangkroam Elementary School
2015/01/02
2020/03/06
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025
Banteaymeanchey , Thmorbangler Elementary School
2015/01/02
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