I’m feeling more exhausted than I have at any other point since I moved to Cambodia. We just finished delivering school supply bundles and bicycles to our students in locations across the northeast part of the country over the past eight days. I’m tired, but feeling so happy and excited to be part of an organization that is changing things here. And, the best part of the job is the time we get to spend at the schools.
One bump in the week, we’ve had to postpone deliveries at two schools because of Tropical Storm Gaemi which is headed straight for us in the next day or so.
Here are a few of the pics taken at our schools over the past week. In some of the areas surrounding our most remote school in Preah Vihear Province, landmines are still a very real threat. In March, a student was severely injured when he brought a UXO he picked up from a field into a classroom and made it explode.