On May 28, Child Wise Cambodia, under the financial support of the group cycling Ride2Rescue Australia, distributed materials, clothes, and sports equipment to students at Primary Chongkram and Primary Farm Ginger village, in Sihanoukville Province, which has nearly 200 pupils. The delivery of school materials, uniforms and bicycles by Child Wise Cambodia has been divided between students to help them to continue their education, both at home and at school. This year’s sponsors included the group Ride2Rescue, Mr Clark, Daniel Seehusen, Robert , Rsoeburgh, Nick Pearce, Paul, Christina Topp and Peter Seehusen. Photo supplied
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