Rural Schools Program

Build a rural school or adopt an existing school and enhance it with computer training, English lessons, vegetable gardens and more! Give children of the rural poor areas of Cambodia opportunities for a better education and brighter life.

Rural Schools and List of Donors


November, 2001


The signboard of the Ann Morrison School.  It reads
“Donated by Ann Morrison and Social Fund 2000.”  (November, 2001)

Number of School: 20
Name of School: The Ann Morrison School
Name of Donor: Don Morrison
Location of School:
Province: Kompong Chhnang
District: Tek Phos
Commune: Khlong Popok
Village: Trapaing Krabao
Status: Complete
Start of Construction: April 25, 2000
End of Construction: September 23, 2000
Distance to Phnom Penh: 128 km (3:30 hours)
Village Population: 1052
Number of Villages in School District: 7
Student Body: 435
Travel Time: 3:00 dry/4:00 wet season
Classrooms: 5
Average students per class : 42

 

 

 

 

 


Students in a classroom during a break in lessons.  (November, 2001)


Students chatting during recess.  (November, 2001)


Students playing volleyball on a court constructed by the villagers.
(November, 2001)

In Their Own Word 

 

Mr. Seang Boeun is the secretary of the Ann Morrison School.
Yorng Theara is a 15-year-old sixth grade student.
Keo Chanda is a 14-year-old fifth grade
Mrs. Nhep Mean is a farmer living near the Ann Morrison School
Seang Boeun # 20
Yorng Theara # 20
Keo Chanda # 20
Nhep Mean # 20