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Evil Destruction

January 24, 2019

eOcambo Volunteers

In 1975, the Khmer Rouge took control of Cambodia with a mission to transform the country and its entire people into a communist state. The Rogue evacuated millions of civilians from their homes and into labor camps where they experienced all sorts

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The Benefits of Volunteering

January 11, 2019


Here's 11 Ultimate Benefits of Volunteering Abroad
You can learn a lot from volunteering abroad and experiencing new cultures and ways of life. When you get back home, those lessons translate into skills and experience that benefit you personally an

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The Act of Generosity

January 2, 2019

Chris Tabet

One thing that had me intrigued when I moved to Cambodia was the sense of generosity shown by its people. One of the reasons why I wanted to immerse myself in to a culture such as this one was so I could investigate these notions of living compassion

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To Be in Bad Waters

December 6, 2018

Christopher Tabet

Approximately 4 million people out of the total population of about 16 million live without access to safe, clean water. 6 million of these lack access to improved sanitation. With 80% of its population living in rural regions of the country, this

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The Background Story

July 18, 2018

The Background Story

I’ve always had this strong sense of curiosity.  It’s always burned through my flesh like a hot knife.  I don’t remember how it all started.  I guess it was just one of those personality traits that you develop over time.  I go through my phases, I r

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