First of all, on behalf of the Education for Population Support Foundation, I would like to say thank you very much for your support of the poor children in Siem Reap Province of Cambodia. Cambodian people always remember the kindness of donors remember and the donors generosity in helping Cambodians after the Pol Pot regime.
Secondly, EPS Scholarship program: is a face-to-face program where individual donors and scholars are directly linked to each other. The $60 you donate will be used for a one-year scholarship, with these scholarship funds, we will purchase textbooks and other school supplies for underprivileged students at primary and secondary levels of education, as well as appropriate clothing. Donors receive information about the child or children they support, along with his/her photo as well as a certificate, and a map showing the scholar’s schools.
The information pack is designed to let you know clearly who will benefit from your donation, this will be done by e-mail or written correspondence if request.
Thirdly, EPS Agriculture program: there are many poor families who live on less than US$1 a day. Our aim is to help these poor families create small stable businesses so that they can make a living, by developing agriculture. In doing this we lessen their reliance on support. For $300, This will support a family into a Agricultural Project. Supplying the family with trainings, Ducks, Chickens, Chicken & Duck pens, vegetables for growing and gardening tools, materials, compost, and finding market for selling them. Also EPS continues to monitor all project to oversee their success or to help with any problems they my face.
Fourthly, Scholarships and agriculture programs are currently provided in one area, Siem Reap Province, North of the capital Phnom Penh which is where Angkor Wat and a hundred other temples are located. The program is principally designed to support a underprivileged students for three years study – from the forth to ninth grades of basic education at schools.
LIST OF DONORS – 2012
|No.||Title||Name||Nationalities/ institutes||Donated amount ($)||That they donated||Address|
|1||Mr.||Takujiro ITO||Japanese/ individual||100.00||one scholarship and less for EPS’s operation||Japan|
|2||Prof.||Kenichi KUBOTA||Japanese/ individual||120.00||two scholarships||Japan|
|3||Family||Mrs. Jean FORBES, Mr. Graham FORBES||Australian/ Individual||1,100.00||10 scholarships for two years.||Australia|
|4||Family||Mr. Graham FORBES,Mr. Glenn FORBES,Mr Tony FORBES,
Mr. Allan FORBES
|Australian/ Individual||500.00||one agricultural program,one support English training teacher for one year, and 5 chickens for family.||Australia|
|5||Miss||Japanese Foundation||Japanese/ foundation (via Miss Chiho YOSHIDA)||3,000.00||to set up two libraries (textbooks, bookshelves, providing several trainings, etc.)||Japan|
|6||Mr.||Keith BONARRIGO||American/ individual||bought domain from Google and developed EPS’s webpage||United States|
|7||Mr.||Yasuo OHNO||Japanese/ individual||100.00||one scholarship and less for EPS’s operation||Japan|
|8||Team||Japanese donors||Japanese/ team (via Miss. Chiho YOSHIDA)||120.00||two scholarships||Japan|
|9||Mr.||Shingo IMAMIYA||Japanese/ individual||60.00||one scholarship||Japan|
|10||Mr.||Masahiko IMADA||Japanese/ individual||60.00||one scholarship||Japan|
|11||Mr.||Masanori MURASE||Japanese/ individual||75.00||one scholarship and less fund for EPS’s operation||apan|
|12||Mr.||Tsuneo INADA||Japanese/ individual||75.00||one scholarship and less fund for EPS’s operation||Japan|
|13||Team||Kansai University study tour team||Japanese/J-CaJa team||280.00||two scholarships and EPS’s project operation||Japan|
|14||Mr.||Tony||Canadian/ individual||100.00||one scholarship and one set of volleyball coach||Canada|