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Posted on: February 8, 2011 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

Riding to Break the Cycle

This is a reflection from Anna about her cycle trip across Cambodia with PEPY and Global  Agents of Change. Anna shares with us the lessons she has learned, who she wants to be, how she wants to get there, and how we can all use similar shifts in mindset to …

Posted on: August 25, 2010 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

A Morning in Chanleas Dai

Sopheak Chheng is a rising senior at Middlebury College majoring in philosophy. He was the first Cambodian to be awarded a United World College scholarship after graduating from high school in Cambodia and spent two years living in Norway. When he graduated from Red Cross Nordic United World College in 2007 …

Posted on: April 27, 2010 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

PEPY Newsletter Highlight Reel

Here are some highlights from our 55 months of writing the PEPY Newsletter: November 2005: This newsletter marked the 1 year anniversary of naming PEPY and beginning the journey of turning a bike trip into an effort to fund the construction of a new building for Chanleas Dai Primary School. …

Posted on: February 9, 2010 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

Videos from the PEPY Ride V

This is a treat!  If you want to know what the PEPY Ride is like, you can now experience the sites from your home!  PEPY Ride V participant, Eli Baron, took over 2000 pictures during his three-week trip with us in Cambodia and has turned them into 18 photo-videos!  There …

Posted on: May 26, 2009 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

PEPY Answers Questions

PEPY is entered in the Changemakers “Geotourism Challenge” and, in doing so, our entry is open for comments/questions. Recently, a Changemakers representative asked us some questions which relate to how to manage our projects, implement our tours, and work with partners.  I am including my responses here as they might …

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

Tribute to Mickey Samson | Tom Wilson

Few people are blessed with the opportunity to see the work of a true visionary. And before meeting Mickey and seeing his ideas in action, I would never have imagined that one person could affect positive change on such a dazzlingly diverse scale. After spending a mere few hours with …