THANKS, A MILLION!
'LET THERE BE LIGHT'
And it’s free solar light for 3+ years now
FISH AND FARM PRODUCE
RICE FOR UNEMPLOYED FAMILIES
Wonderful to see Cambodians becoming skilled in solar technologies.
Solar was difficult to source when we first put it through ODA schools.
ODA CENTRAL SOLAR BATTERIES
Akun Tom Tom (Thank You Big Big)
Huge thanks to everyone for your wonderful contributions. Batteries are installed and making life much easier now without having to use the expensive online electricity.
Students are now able to spend their usual time back on the computers and show videos linked to their lessons, etc etc etc. Also not having to be so tight with activities after dark is great for them in lockdown. Thanks to a former ODA student who now runs a Solar Battery business, these new improved models are more efficient, cheaper and also a very good discount made them far cheaper than our usual supplier. Great to have former students putting back into ODA to assist newer students.
FISH AND HYDROPONIC FARM UPDATE.
Fresh food is supplied from the ODA farm, so they are very lucky youngsters. Of course with some 40 people, it isn’t possible to grow everything, but with the fish, they eat fresh, salt it for later, or make their own fish sauce giving them very healthy nourishment daily. With chemical wash off in the river systems now, Leng likes to provide as much organic food as possible to keep the students healthy. Fertilizer for the hydroponics is provided from the fish water runoff.
They have always followed traditional Khmer economic food planning and preparation making their own soy milk etc.