Temple Garden Foundation has been holding a series of parties in Siem Reap provincial villages as a "thank you" for labour contributions to the Tapauw Road project. In September, villagers were set to finish a road drainage system, comprised mainly of building culverts necessary to prevent the road from washing out in heavy rain. Ironically, heavy rain last month halted work and prevented completion. The new plan is for work to be finished this month and ready for periodic maintenance checks, which will be done by villagers on behalf of the organisation.
In brief: Appreciation for road volunteers
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