Soth Saran

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  •  17 September 2013
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Soth Saran is 22 and attends computer training classes provided by SCIAF's partner, Caritas Cambodia. The vocational training and personal development courses she receives help Soth and her classmates into the world of work and improves the quality of life for themselves, their families and Cambodian society.

 

I find the Community Development course very interesting. I chose this course because Cambodia is a very poor country, and if I learn skills from this course I will be able to return to the rural areas to help the people. At the end of the course, if I understand everything that I am taught, I will get a job in the development field. I come from Kampot Province, from a small village. I have five brothers and sisters. In Phnom Penh I stay with other girls in a rented house provided by Caritas. The boys stay at the Youth Centre.

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