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SOID is een kleinschalig project in de sloppenwijken van Siem Reap, Cambodia. SOID bouwde een klein schooltje en geeft Kmer, rekenen en Engelse les aan 140 kinderen.
De kinderen zijn te arm om naar de officiele school te gaan. Ze en hun families krijgen voedselhulp en medische hulp. Soid heeft ook een klein opvanghuis waar 5 kinderen onderkomen vinden.
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SOID is a small local project in the slums of Siem Reap, Cambodia. In 2006 SOID built a small school to give free Khmer and English classes to 140 children from the nearby slums of Veal Village. The children who live there are too poor to go to government school as they have to pay a fee to get into the classroom, so SOID provides them with an opportunity to get an education, as it's classes are completely free. All Veal Village families are even given free rice and health checks as an incentive for parents to send their children to school rather than out to work. SOID also takes care of 5 abandoned children at a small family home in Siem Reap. The children are looked after by the founder and director Vanna Sok with the help of his house-keeper Han. The children are sent to government school through the help of sponsorship from foreign donors.
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