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TGF Newsletter Autumn 2017

TGF has been busy this Autumn, with new projects beginning, exciting fundraising efforts being organised, and planning for 2018 underway. Please take a moment to read our Autumn Newsletter, where we highlight some recent achievements, challenges and plans for the...

Child Education Programme Prepares for New School Year

As October draws to a close, Child Education Programme (CEP) staff begin to wrap up the Summer School Project (SSP), and finalise planning for the next school year. During the September and October school holidays TGF held it's Summer School, in an effort to increase...

Open Defecation Free-Status for Two Villages in Chi Kraeng District

Open Defecation Free This past August, two villages in Chi Kraeng district were deemed Open Defecation Free (ODF). The villages of Sleng Kong and Kok Thlok, in the Klol Thlok Leu commune, were determined to be ODF, after a visit from the Provincial Department of Rural...

Migration in Chi Kraeng

A Whole Family Moves Leakana recently moved back to Chi Kraeng district, after spending a year in Thailand, with her husband. They could not afford passports, so entered the country illegally, crossing the border in a remote forest, with their then-four year old son,...

The Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat Challenge 2017: Ultra Running for TGF

This December, two dedicated supporters of TGF will be undertaking a breathtaking feat, to raise funds to go towards life changing programming in Chi Kraeng district. Matthew Pocock and Mark Ferguson, UK nationals living in Singapore, will run from Phnom Penh to Siem...

All in a Day’s Work for TGF Field Staff

Here is an example of a typical day for TGF field staff - that is, programme staff and drivers, who bring life changing projects to Chi Kraeng district. Starting bright and early, TGF programme staff and drivers converge at the Head Office in Siem Reap for 7am, when...

TGF Summer 2017 Newsletter Now Available

We are excited to share our new quarterly Newsletter with you, to give you a better idea of what has gone on in TGF's world. Please click the link below to access our Summer Newsletter 2017. TGF Summer Newsletter...

The Value of Health Education in Chi Kraeng

As mothers, grandmothers and children of various different ages gather in the designated household, the local Village Health Support Group (VHSG) volunteer, and TGF Health Programme (HP) staff, prepare informational posters, to hang on the newly built walls. While the...

How Villagers and TGF Respond to Climatic Challenges in Chi Kraeng

Wet season in rural Cambodia can lead to varying forms of instability - flooding can destroy crops, roads often become inaccessible, and the threat of waterborne disease (including diarrhea, dengue fever and malaria) increases.  About 80% of Cambodians live in rural...