Emergency appeal to help Cambodian migrants in Poipet


Phnom Penh. The Catholic Alliance for Charity and Development (CACD) of Cambodia, appeals for help in the humanitarian crisis created especially in Poipet with the deportation of thousands of Cambodian legal and illegal workers from Thailand by a campaign of the Military Junta.  According to a report by Caritas Cambodia, last June 14 Saturday, there were 100,000 migrant workers deported; last June 15 Sunday, 27,000 more crossed the border.  It is expected that there will be 25,000-30,000 deportees per day just in Poipet border alone.  Read more »

Lidia Linde speaks about Together for Cambodia


Lidia Linde, the creator of Together for Cambodia, explains how her organization works for the protection of children and teenagers. Some of them are studying in the Don Bosco technical schools after concluding their middle education in Siem Reap.

Final semester exam


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Students of Don Bosco Technical School Phnom Penh take their final semester exam in the capital early April.

Cambodian Salesian Family prepares Don Bosco Birth Anniversary


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Phnom Penh. The Cambodian Salesian Family representatives met last April 8 at Don Bosco Phnom Penh to discuss the preparation for the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Don Bosco (1815) in Cambodia.  Fr. Roel Soto led the meeting that concluded in the formation of three areas for the event: spirituality, media communication & promotion and program. The event will be celebrated in Phnom Penh on January 30 and 31, 2015 with the presence of teachers, students and past pupils from all the Salesian works in the country.

Don Bosco Kep talking in German


Don Bosco Kep in soundcloudDear All, our dear friends Mr. Wolfgang Bauernfeind, member of the Senior Experten Service (SES) from Germany,and Mr. Michael Ramm, a radio journalism, made our Don Bosco Technical School Kep alive in ALEX Studio in Berlin.  You can enjoy their testimony as volunteers in Kep for the Social Communication Section. Their last experience was between November and January with the students of second year from Kep and Sihanoukville about radio production. Their approach to the cultural difference and language barrier has been a great experience either for the same volunteers as well as for the Cambodian youth. Those who can understand Germany are invited to listen the program in this link: 
 
I translated the introduction and it says: 
 
Six weeks spent Wolfgang Bauerfeind and Michael Ramm in a village in the southwest of Cambodia to give a course in radio journalism in a school for the poor. Staying with us in the ALEX-studio, the two journalists speak about the students contributions, the language barriers, cultural differences and, ultimately, that it is not so clear who has actually learned here by whom.”
Their next experience will be on January 2015, where both German journalists will share more with our Don Bosco Cambodian youth.
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