The Community Training Center is Coming to Life!

February 27, 2012 at 11:11 pm Leave a comment

Happy Monday!

Day 1

It’s been a while but we’re back with an exciting update for you all.  Below is a first look at the the Community Training Center

coming to life in the village of Cham Resh.  Construction began on January 15 and is about 40% complete at this time.  It should be done and ready for the community to use by the end of March!

Roni will be traveling back to Cambodia this April to visit Cham Resh and cannot wait to bring back stories and images to share with everyone who’s played a part in Austin2Angkor.  Here’s a note from Sedtha, the director of Build Your Future Today (BFT) Center, that came with the photos:


Again on behalf of the community and staff I would like to extend my sincere appreciation and gratitude for your enthusiasm and work hard to raise awareness and fund to support the project. The CTC is very important for the community and project staff using for multiple purposes in the future. Also kindly convey my best regards and appreciation to all your friends and other supporters for this project.

Check out our Facebook page for a few more photos at

Day 20

2 Days Ago


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