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post Sep 3 2012, 12:51 PM
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Curious how you can make a change while vacationing to Cambodia?

Having lost a generation of teachers during the Khmer Rouge in the 1970’s, Cambodia’s educational system is still recovering with an emphasis on illiteracy in many parts of Cambodia. Not only can you help to make an impact on children and adults that you meet, but you can pick up pieces of the Khmer language yourself.

This free independent volunteer package (http://changestreammedia.org/cambodian-flashcard-volunteer-project/) allows your travelling to become an enriching experience by providing simple resources to enhance the literacy among Cambodians wherever you are. Using the video on your mobile device alongside easily printed flashcards you can turn small talk into an educational and memorable experience for locals you come across.

Breaking the ice and language barrier at the same time has never been an easier or more fulfilling experience that leaves both sides with an educational memory.
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