Empathy for the Children at the Rubbish Dump of Siem Reap by CAN

Posted by: | Posted on: December 8, 2011

Op-Ed: Can Cambodia

Dear Members;

In order to celebrate the New Year 2012, the Cambodian Academic Network (CAN) wish to contribute some gifts to the poor children surviving by the rubbish dump in Siem Reap. Please joint us, if you wish to bring some hope and smile to those children. Every cent and your participation are priceless for them. For more information, please contact Sophan Seng <info@sophanseng.info> or Chanroeun Pa <chanroeunkh@gmail.com>.

Children are important citizens in a society. There are many children groups in Cambodia are considered desperate and vulnerable such as rubbish dump children, street children, children of the prisoners, orphan children, disable children, neglected children and poor family children living in remote areas etc.

Beside of focusing on contribution of academic resources, desperate and vulnerable children are also a concern of CAN.

This time, CAN would like to share some gifts with children at the rubbish dump in Siem Reap recently broadcasted by ABC on photos taken by Omar Havana and we also celebrate the New Year 2012 together. Your participation  and contribution are priceless for them.

Sincerely,