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Reported by Rhian on 26th April 2018

From food to camp life – Rhian explores Cambodia

From food to camp life – Rhian explores Cambodia

In February, I was lucky enough to experience Camp Cambodia for the first time! I met my awesome team at the airport before we set off, everyone had different ideas of what to expect; from the food to camp life. We were greeted in Phnom Penh by two very happy camps representatives who’s smiles reflected the welcome we were receiving from all locals as we made our way through the airport. We headed to the hotel to freshen up before...

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Reported by on 23rd March 2017

Week Without Walls: Bradenton Preparatory Academy

At the end of January, students from Bradenton Preparatory Academy (BPA) travelled as part of Week Without Walls for experiences and adventures that will forever leave a deep imprint on them. Week Without Walls (WWW)  is designed to expose students to cultures outside of the comfortable corridors of the UAE and enlighten them to the history and ways of life that are much different to their own. This year BPA students set off to Borneo, Cambodia and Nepal with teacher...

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Reported by Lindsay on 01st July 2016

Giving the Gift of Education

Giving the Gift of Education

  The communities we live and work alongside are at the heart of everything we do, and at the heart of each community lies the next generation; children bursting with potential. At Camps we believe every child deserves an education, one that forms the foundation of a bright future. Schooling not only provides literacy and numeracy skills for children in developing countries, but a chance to understand nutrition, address gender equality and learn vital business skills. Attending school allows children...

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Reported by Katie Baxter on 23rd February 2016

Cambodia Teacher Recce 2015

Cambodia Teacher Recce 2015

  Myself, Lauren and Dean from the UK office had the incredible opportunity to take a group of teachers on a familiarisation week in Cambodia, ahead of their expedition with the students next year. The week was led Rory Hall, our Director for Asia, in addition to Bunlay (Country Manager for Cambodia) Hanh and Sunny (our Camp Managers) and I would like to firstly thank them all for making us feel so at home during our time in Cambodia! It...

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Reported by Bunlay on 23rd February 2016

Team Neak – Students’ Feedback

This is team Neak (Dragon). The below information is the extract from the students' feedback: Mollie BRAMBANI Traveling to Cambodia has been such an amazing experience and I am certainly geatfull for the opportunity I was given to visit. Living amongth the local community, monks and my new found friends is definately something I will remember forever. Cambodia is such a beautiful country and I am proud to say I have been. I will definately be returning ! Thank you....

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Reported by Bunlay on 23rd February 2016

Team Garuda – Sudents’ Feedback

Team Garuda – Sudents’ Feedback

Group's picture in the ruined temple called Beng Mealea. The temple is nearly one thousand years old. This is Team Garuda group picture in Beng Mealea ruined temple near camp Beng Mealea. They traveled through Cambodia in four weeks, lived in the community camp and worked with local staffs to develop the community lives. Below is the students' feedback right before the end of their trip. HARRY COMP When first travel to Cambodia back in July, I personally felt somewhat...

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