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  • Cultivating the Reading Habit in Cambodia

    This timely article from Asia Times (“Cultivating the reading habit in Cambodia” – May 31, 2019) coincides with national reading day programs that will take place at CFC primary schools on Thursday, June 13th. CFC’s focus on literacy begins with our Early Childhood Education program and extends through students’ high school years. Our nine school

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  • Future Eagle Scout helps CFC schools

    Submitted by Zackiri Kith, youth volunteer My name is Zackiri Kith. I’m currently a Boy Scout working towards the rank of Eagle Scout, one of the highest achievements in scouting. An Eagle Scout candidate has to first plan, receive approval, and execute a community service project in order to achieve the Eagle Scout. For my

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  • Voices from Siem Reap – April 2019

    In this issue: – Faculty and staff celebrate 10+ years of working for CFC – Growth in Cambodian leadership: Introducing our new Deputy Directors – Twelve years of international teacher training with Tanglin Trust School educators Read the publication in full now…

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  • CFC Founder Jamie Amelio is Staying Bothered

    Launched by CFC Founder Jamie Amelio, Staying Bothered is a global movement that helps people find what bothers them the most, motivates them to get involved and provides them with the tools to stay committed to affect real and positive change. Staying Bothered, is about untold possibilities. Its central message is that whatever your ‘bother’

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  • Caring Connections – March 2019

    In this issue: – Singapore celebrates CFC Day – Founder Jamie Amelio is “Staying Bothered” – Tanglin Trust School JASS students record fundraising efforts Read the publication in full now…

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  • YOU can Make A Difference: Join a M.A.D. trip!

    Experience the power of CFC’s work and the shared spirit of giving! Your support and participation will Make A Difference to our school communities by enhancing facilities and campus grounds. We are exploring dates for our 2019-2020 M.A.D. trips. Let us know if you have an interest in any of the following potential trips. June

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  • The Path You Take

    Submitted by Kelly Procida, CFC’s Youth Ambassador and UN Youth Representative In eighth grade while living in Singapore, my family and I went on a volunteer trip to Cambodia with CFC. At the time, I didn’t know that this single trip would change my life forever. While there, we helped to build a library and

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  • In Memory of Roderick Lappin

    CFC extends our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Roderick Lappin, a friend and loyal supporter of CFC. In Memory of Roderick Lappin – Remembering a great man, husband, father, son, brother, friend, mentor, leader, who inspired so many and cared deeply for those around him. Rod touched so many lives. He will

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  • A behind-the-scenes look at Team Singapore!

    Submitted by Renee France, CFC Singapore Operations Manager (photographed, at right, with other Singapore volunteers) Wanting to highlight the efforts of CFC’s Singapore volunteer team, I decided to keep a diary for one week, focusing on the week we celebrated CFC day. Here’s your behind-the-scenes look at Team Singapore! Monday 21st: CFC Day! I started

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  • Reflections from a CFC intern

    Submitted by M.C. Nguyen (“Charlie”), CFC intern (Centennial College – Toronto, Canada) My exhaustion and jetlag were nearly gone when I stepped onto the Aranh campus, and my first impressions of the school were amazing. The facilities for the primary, middle school and high school exceeded my expectations: there were neat and spacious multi- purposes

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