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

The front of the Masako Suiko School #2.

Number of School: 219
Name of School: The Masako Suiko School #2
Name of Donor: Masako Suiko
Location of School
Province: Koh Kong
District: Botom Sakor
Commune: Thmar Sar
Village: Sre Thmei
Status: Complete
Start of construction: February 2003
End of construction: April 2004
Student Body: 190
Teaching Staff: 3
Classrooms: 6
Average Students per class: 35
Distance from city: 140 km
Travel Time: 4 hours

The right signboard of the Masako Suiko School #2.

Children posing upon the school’s grounds.

A small veranda on the same field where monks study.

Som Theara, a student at the school, poses with a friendly pig on the field. Several farm animals graze here on a regular basis.

The children pose in front of the school’s main signboard in the front.

The old building.

In Their Own Words. . . 

Mr. Mok Mach, the 26-year old director of the Masako Suiko School #2.
Pheap Nath, a 12-year old girl in the 4th grade at the school.
Som Theara, a 15-year old boy attending the 2nd grade at the Masako Suiko School #2.
Chhov Yeang, a 55-year old farmer in the school village. She has one grandchild who attends the school.
Mok Mach # 219
Pheap Nath # 219
Som Theara # 219
Chhov Yeang # 219