Sihanoukville — Sawasdee Foundation, a Dutch humanitarian organisation, has been one of the main supporters of the Salesian projects in Cambodia since the start in the 1990s. During this time of Pandemic, Sawasdee Foundation is not on the locked down. It is fully working to continue their support to projects that are at the side of children and youth in need. This week Don Bosco Cambodia received one of its traditional containers full of gifts for all the Don Bosco schools projects in Cambodia and other organisations such as the Takeo Eye Hospital of Caritas Cambodia. 

Sawasdee Foundation also came to the help of the Don Bosco Kep online programs that guaranteed that more than 400 students could keep their normal path of studies during this difficult time of pandemic, loyal to their mission to start up, support and promote social and charitable projects, scientific research and education. 

Mr. Hector Loontjens, the leader of Sawasdee Foundation, has been constant in their support to Salesian projects in Thailand and Cambodia since the 1980s. 

Mrs. Ellen Loontjens is also a great benefactor of the Don Bosco Children Fund. 

The Sawasdee team in the Netherlands working as volunteers to load the container that would travel thousands of miles into the sea towards Cambodia. 

Here, at the other side, in Cambodia, students and teachers help uploading the containers to be distributed from Don Bosco Sihanoukville as far as Don Bosco Poipet.

The team of Sawasdee Foundation after closing the container and full of satisfaction for the good job to support children and youth in need beyond their country. 

Some of the goods ready to depart from Sihanoukville to Kep. 

Teacher Ngel Vy received material from Br. Roberto Panetto, a box from Bosch, another great supporter of Don Bosco projects in Cambodia. 

Thanks to Sawasdee Foundation, Don Bosco Kep could hold its personnel and training to stand up with the online courses to keep students on their normal academic year. Here British volunteer Mr. Andy Prize during the training on online education to Don Bosco Kep teachers.