Category: PEPY News

Posted on: October 23, 2009 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

PSDP- PEPY’s New Approach

By: Maryann Bylander, Managing Director In our current Team Journal series on Sustainability, we talk a little bit about the history of PEPY’s work in Chanleas Dai, most of which has been at Chanleas Dai Primary School.   Since 2005 most of our programs have been at one school— focusing on …

Posted on: October 23, 2009 Posted by: Stephanie Comments: 0

PSDP — PEPY’s New Approach

In our current Team Journal series on Sustainability, we’ve talked a little bit about the history of PEPY’s work in Chanleas Dai, most of which has been at Chanleas Dai Primary School.   Since 2005 most of our programs have been at one school–focusing on 1) providing supplementary classes outside the …

Posted on: October 23, 2009 Posted by: PEPY Comments: 0

The Tide Is High (but We’re Holding On)

By: Eric Lewis, Trip Coordinator I’d just trudged through thigh-deep floodwater contaminated by drowned animal carcasses and backed-up sewage. Black specs of god-knows-what still clung to my dripping legs as I opened my laptop. A Google chat window popped up. It was Hilda, my friend in Toronto. “How’s life in …

Posted on: October 16, 2009 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

Lost Harvests

By: Managing Director, Maryann Bylander There is radiance amid such sadness.   As I traveled with the PSDP team to meet with students at Prasat Knar, I was struck by how beautiful it was to be in flooded Chanleas Dai.  The rice fields are a striking green, with long stalks that …

Posted on: October 16, 2009 Posted by: Maryann Comments: 0

Lost Harvests

There is radiance amid such sadness.  As I traveled with the PSDP team to meet with students at Prasat Knar, I was struck by how beautiful it was to be in flooded Chanleas Dai.  The rice fields are a striking green, with long stalks that stand tall despite the death …

Posted on: October 1, 2009 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

The Parrot with the Missing Shoes

One of our main focuses at PEPY is on Khmer literacy, and one of the needs we are looking to help fill is the need for more early literacy materials.  Last year PEPY looked to partner with organizations who had the funds and resources to develop these books on a …