Summer stories from Cambodia

Mick and I were privileged to be able to spend 6-weeks in Cambodia this summer working with our partners and in-country friends. There are so many individual stories, highlights, obstacles to unpack and snippets to share and while it is impossible to put much of it into words concisely or at all, I wanted to share some of it.


Image of a Cambodian school classroom door with khmer words written above.
One of the very few classrooms for children with disabilities in the country, run by one of our partners in Pursat Province. Above the doors they painted a note (roughly translated) saying 'see the ability, not the disability!

One of the main goals of this summer's trip was to be able to provide access to disability trainings to more of our partners, that we were unable to reach previously, because of barriers including time, funding and rural location.