-Aide et Action, Cambodia-
Everyone has their own dream and it is very good to have it because the dream allows us to be determined and to achieve the direction where we want to go. It is the direction that allows us to move forward.
Without any access to education, the marginalized children in Cambodia do not have a clear dream, and this prevents them from moving further. For that reason, Aide et Action Cambodia, in collaboration with its partners, local authorities and communities, strives to provide free access to education with quality to all out of school children in Cambodia.
The main objective is to help them to develop sufficient knowledge, experiences and skills so that they can achieve their dream, and they can contribute to the development of the country.
Below, we share with you the dream of the children from the street children center of Damnok Toek, one of the main partners of Aide et Action in Poipet.
Rin Samnang, a boy of 13 years old, in grade 6: “My dream is to become a good teacher for all children. To achieve this, I have to work well in the school.”
Tem Srey Run, a girl of 15 years old, from vocational training of sewing. “My dream is to become a good teacher. I would like to gain well my life in order help my family. Thanks so much for all teachers who always work hard to help me.”
Vern Sreyhong, a girl of 12 years old, in grade 6: “My dream is to become a good tailor, and I would like to have my own shop in the future. I am very happy to have chances to study here and I need to work hard to achieve my dream.”
Soeurn Seanghaim, a boy of 15 years old, in grade 7: “My dream is to become a good tourist guide as this job allows me to have a better life. For that reason, I have to study the history and the culture of the country. In addition, I need to learn English and practice it every day.”