SEN SOK: A PLACE TO DREAM STORIES

Sen Sok breathes something very special whenever someone crosses its entrance, colored by giant swings: the passion of reading. This is told by a small library full of children’s stories waiting behind the swings, whose occupants come in and out of that little room and disappear between the pages of stories. Sen Sok’s PSE center is a kindergarten. Poor, like the whole village, but full of little treasures that help children grow up dreaming stories.

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PHUM RUSSEI

It’s 6 :20 in the morning. We can already hear songs of monitors waiting for the kids to enter Central Camp. Nine monitors are running around a pick-up, loading two large pots of food. And five minutes later, they are passing through PSE Central Camp large gates, accompanied by the songs and applauses of the other monitors. They are heading to the Community Services Center of Phum Russei. The journey is not long, it only lasts about 15 minutes.

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READY…

It is difficult to imagen the great effort that the latest preparations for the camps that constitute the PSE school continuity program imply just before the starting gun. It may help knowing that this year PSE is waiting close to 3700 children in their 19 camps, that will be attended by 204 monitors from France, Spain and England and 200 monitors from Cambodia: altogether, more than 400 monitors looking forward to making from this summer an unbelievable awesome time for the children. Continue reading “READY…”