Report Karuna Youth Cambodia Organization

(April, May, June)

Countryside school

In this report, I include 3months from April to June due to the school activities not update much and it’s easy for me to summary our water purifying project result.

Because we have a Khmer New Year celebration, so our school breaks is a week from 12thto 18thApril 2019.

So below is our detail:

Aural School

English Class

The classes going normally. The hot season this year delay till may, so the class seem warm and we need to use fans in the class. The amount of students descrease in June because of raining and it’s farm season. The students absent sometimes to help their parents in rice field.

Below are the amounts of students per each class:

(English class by Teacher Bunthan)
  • 8:00-9:00am : Kids class (About 20students)
  • 9:00-10:00am: Kids class (About 25students)
  • 2:00-3:00pm: Kids class (About 25students)
  • 3:00-4:00pm: Kids class (About 30students)
  • 5:00-6:00pm: Adult class (About 15students)
(English class by Chanthou)
  • 7:00-8:00am: Kids class (About 30students)
  • 1:00-2:00pm: Kids class (About 25students)

Kids in English class

Kids in English class

Computer Class

The class running normally too. But the amount of students also decreases due raining season.

  • 8:00-9:00am: Typing skills (4students)
  • 9:00-10:00am: Typing skills (3students)
  • 2:00-3:00pm: Typing skills (5students)
  • 3:00-4:00pm: Typing skills (5students)

Students in Computer Class

Kids in English class

Traditional Dancing Class

Sarom is working hard with students. In May, he has organized a group of students to perform during Mother Nature event (The event they grow hundreds of trees in the nearby community forest). There are hundreds of people who join the event such as students, local villagers, activist and monks. That’s a very interested and meaningful event, we are happy to be part of that event. After performance, we get 100$ donation from the monk who organized the event. So the money we got, we used to share with our students and keep some for buying food for them and school supplies such as marker, ink and toilet supplies. Beside teaching Khmer traditional dancing, he also work with students to make dancing clothes by themselves.

Students make dancing clothes

Students make dancing clothes

Students with Traditional dancing clothes

Chreav School (Adrian Ill School)

The school is running well in April and May; but its drop down a little bit in June because of raining season. Below are the details of the class schedule:

  • 8:00-9:00am : Kids class (About 25students)
  • 2:00-3:00pm: Kids class (About 30students)
  • 3:00-4:00pm: Kids class (About 40students)
  • 4:00-5:00pm: Adult class (About 15students)
  • 6:00-7:00pm: Kids class (About 40students)

The raining season come,

The more green and beauty of nature

Around the school have.

Flowers and our water bottle

Scholarship Program and Business Project

After working hard to maintained and structure the water business process,

Below is our detail of our profit.

About Amount of Sale:
For these 3months we sale over 10,718packsof water packs bottle

About Sale Income:
For these 3months we get $ 5,359USD

About Expense:
For these 3months we spend $4,149.59USDfor materials such as plastic bottle, plastic bottle banner, water and electricity, gasoline and some expenses for workers.

About Profit:
For these 3months we get $ 1,209.41 USDas profit. So it’s about $ 403 USDper month’s profit.

It’s a good start for us and we hope we will work more hard to earn more profit in the near future.

Anyways, now we are officially announcing our water brand name. It’s called “Amret Suokea” Premium drinking water.

Our dancing students with Amret Suokea premium drinking water

Other Updating

Raining season start, we also start growing some more tress and vegetables for school used such as banana tree, corn, and pumpkin. We hope to get the fruit by next month.

(Banana tree near Rainbow House)

(Fruits and vegetable grow on the back of the school)

Phnom Penh, 13thJuly 2019

Kim Sav Phearith

Banana tree near Rainbow House

Fruits and vegetable grow on the back of the school

Fruits and vegetable grow on the back of the school

Fruits and vegetable grow on the back of the school

Phnom Penh, 13thJuly 2019

Kim Sav Phearith