TJSSS Beneficiary: SEAK LENG
We studied computer – Excel, Word, Photoshop, Coral Draw, and others – things that help us to find a good job. I enjoyed learning English and Computer, especially. I had never used a computer before, and did not know how to try it. But since I joined TJSSS, I had fun and saw my teachers type so fast. It was difficult for me at first, but now I have improved my typing.
After six months, I could develop myself and it’s so strange now, I feel capable and more confident with myself. I hope that after this, I will get a good job. I plan to go back home and tell my mother that I want to study in Siem Reap and work there at the same time.
Some people do not have enough money or do not know where to go or what to do but they can have an opportunity to continue their studies here. Because without money, a place to stay or food, we cannot study. But here, we have everything we need so we don’t need to worry and can concentrate on our studies.
As of April 2016, he is working as a guide cum interpreter at a shooting range for tourist in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Well beneficiary: CHEA BONA
Chea Bona has an eye disorder which affects his sight. With the nearest water source located 500m away, it was extremely challenging for him and his wife to retrieve water for his family.
Receiving a well has given Chea Bona’s family convenience and ease of access to clean water. They no longer have to walk long distances to obtain water to wash, no water crops and to cook.
Hope Village Beneficiary: CHOMNAN
Hope Village made a big difference in my life. When I was staying in OHF, I could go to school, learned the English language, had computer classes, and got the chance to communicate with other children from Singapore teams.
We could practice our English language when they visit. Food as well as clothes were provided at the children’s home. I got to experience God’s love from Christian groups.
As of February 2018, Chomnan is working in a guesthouse in Siem Reap.