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Mkak - Centre for Learning and Development

We are starting to get very excited about the outfitting of the new library at Mkak Primary School. This building will also house the Humanitus Centre for Learning and Development.
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Mkak - Second Toilet Block Completed

We received news some time ago that construction of the second toilet block at Mkak Primary school had been completed and are happy to be able to share the photos with our supporters.
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Mkak - Organic Farm Learning Centre

By following the link in this article you can view some photos of the one hectare organic farm - an integral part of the Humanitus Centre for Learning and Rural development.
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Lontung - Letter from Angus Carnegie for August Fundraiser

Greetings from North Sumatra, Indonesia. Celine and I, on behalf of the schools Humanitus has assisted here would like to thank you all for your continued generous support. Every dollar that you have been able to contribute has been incredibly valuable to the underprivileged chidren here and in Cambodia.

Melbourne student completes run to raise funds for Mkak

Humanitus received some very inspiring news recently. The initiative of an 8 year old Melbourne student to help SE Asian children less fortunate than her has impressed us beyond words.
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Mkak - Footscray Primary School becomes 'Sister School'

In August 2012 Piseth Luon and Jeffrey Richards were invited to visit Footscray Primary School by the Principal, Mr Philip Fox.
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Mkak - Cycling against poverty in Cambodia

While settling into their first year at Monash, two passionate students are planning to cycle their way across Cambodia later this year to raise funds for children and families living in poverty.
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Caulfield Grammar School 2012 Fundraising

On Friday 31st August Jeffrey Richards and Sally Cordner were invited to the Junior School Malvern Campus of Caulfield Grammar for their assembly. Both were aware that the students had been involved in some fund raising activities however, there was an air of secrecy about it. With great anticipation, Jeffrey and Sally took their seats in front of all the students from Prep to Year 6 and waited for a very special moment to arrive.

New report 'Off the Rails - AusAID and the Troubled Cambodian Railways Project

A new report released by AID/WATCH, has revealed that an AusAID supported railway rehabilitation project in Cambodia has led to the displacement of hundreds of people and prompted the near shut-down of civil society.

Orphanage tourism: help or hindrance?

Monica Pitrelli investigates the impact of tourists visiting orphanages in Cambodia.
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