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Projects Abroad Volunteer Programs in Cambodia

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Conservation and Diving in Cambodia with Projects Abroad
Conservation and Diving in Cambodia with Projects Abroad
volunteer with kids to teach sports
volunteer with kids to teach sports
Ancient ruins in Cambodia
Ancient ruins in Cambodia
Projects Abroad Volunteer Programs in Cambodia
Projects Abroad Volunteer Programs in Cambodia
Volunteer at an orphanage in Cambodia with Projects Abroad
Volunteer at an orphanage in Cambodia with Projects Abroad
Volunteer teaching in Cambodia with Projects Abroad
Volunteer teaching in Cambodia with Projects Abroad

About

Projects Abroad has been sending volunteers abroad since 1992. This is your chance to have a direct impact on the lives of the less fortunate. As a Projects Abroad volunteer, you can get involved in Teaching English, Community Development, and Conservation & Environment projects, or Medicine & Healthcare and Microfinance internships.

Cambodia is an exciting place to volunteer abroad. Visit our website to apply online and discover how easy it is to make a positive impact in your world.

Highlights
  • Choose a project you are passionate about that fits your interests
  • Choose your own start date and duration
  • Get 24/7 support from our local staff
  • Have fun exploring the country and its culture over the weekends
  • Gain practical international experience and build up your credentials for your resume

Questions & Answers

Reviews

84%
based on 27 reviews
  • Impact 7.7
  • Support 8.3
  • Fun 7.5
  • Value 8
  • Safety 8.1
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Alexandra
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

My experience in Cambodia

I had a very good time in Cambodia.
I took part in the "care" mission and took care of a child in the middle of the jungle, in a school.
The projects abroad team is great, safe and available.
I recommend

It was rewarding experience.
I spent a realy good time with the other volunteers.

After the mission, in the evening, we did a lot of activities: tasting tarantula, water blessing, football, bar ... and every weekend we went to visit Cambodia.
I stayed only two weeks and I recommend to stay minimum three weeks, the time passes too quickly and the country deserves to be discovered.

The apartment where we stayed was very large, well placed and very friendly. Delicious food, we were very well taken care of.

For sur I will go again with projects abroad when I will have some time.
Just enjoy and go!

What was the most surprising thing you saw or did?
The kindness of Cambodians
The absence of rain during the monsoon season
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Mattia
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Volunteer Work in Cambodia

I spent three weeks doing volunteering work in Cambodia. It was definitely one of the best time of my life. I had been working with poor children and I've helped them improving their English skills and we definitely had fun! I taught them some traditional Swiss games which they had been extremely grateful to learn. Not only the children seemed to acquire more knowledge but I have also learnt a lot from this experience. They have taught me to appreciate little things and how to smile no matter what.
Project abroad stuff is very skilful and helped me to be more familiar with they city and its outskirts. I even made some special friends, which I am still in touch with.
I would recommend this experience to whoever has the opportunity to go abroad and do some volunteering work! It is one of the most fulfilling feeling ever.

What was the most unfamiliar thing you ate?
Definitely the most unfamiliar thing I ate was a dead spider. I have told myself that I should give him a try and actually it doesn't taste as bad as I thought. It is pretty crispy.
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Mounica
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Projects Abroad Cambodia Review - Mounica Boggala

I was able to volunteer for both the Medical and Public Health projects, 3.5 weeks each and got to immerse myself into healthcare in Cambodia in various sectors. I worked at an orphanage, local schools, and local villages to provide basic primary care to Phnom Penh locals. The orphanage I volunteered at homed over 100 mentally and/or physically disabled children, which posed as a challenge and was extremely satisfying to see progress resulting from my care for a few of the children I worked closely with. On the other hand, I also had the opportunity to care for those who either do not have health insurance and cannot afford healthcare otherwise and/or access to a local clinic or hospital for regular checkups. Overall, it was a great experience!

What would you improve about this program?
Make sure the food is catered to vegetarians because I found that difficult.
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Cindy
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Micro-Finance Work in Phnom Penh

My husband and myself spent a month with the team in Phnom Penh. I can only recommend to share such an experience with your partner - you will be never able to communicate all the experiences you made.

It was hard for us to see what "real poverty" is and how families cope without health insurances, having decent jobs and poor living conditions. We spent a lot of time with the applicants for a 120 USD loan and it was great to see that this little amount of money could change their lives.

Do it!

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Be open-minded!
Response from Projects Abroad

Hello Cindy,

It is fabulous to hear, that you had a great time and thank you that you for your review.

You are absolutely right: what does not seem like a big about of money to us, can be life changing to our beneficiaries in the Micro-Finance projects. That and the valuable input and business support they receive from our volunteers and staff.

As you have had such a great experience in Cambodia, have you seen the other Micro-Financing projects we have in Tanzania and Senegal? Africa is also such a great experience.

In any case, we would love to have your great support and energy back on one of our projects. You rock!

Best wishes,
Linda
Projects Abroad - Project Expert

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Courtney
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Changed My Life

I’m a gap year student who lived in Cambodia for three months, volunteering in teaching. Without question, it changed my life. By chance, I was ill for a great chunk of my time there and suffered other misfortunes, but I could not let myself feel sorry for myself. Not when I knew that, just down the street, people could barely feed themselves and, by the time I left, the country was suffering a drought and electricity shortage. Through all my bad moments, Projects Abroad were there for me. When I messaged my coordinator late at night to ask to go the hospital the next morning, he got back to me immediately, and always made sure I had a member of staff I previously knew to accompany me to the many places I had to go in order to make myself better/sort things out. On days when the project was unexpectedly closed, they organised other activities for us, which allowed me to take part in the public health programme a couple of times, and experience an entirely different environment.

For the most part, people are lovely, and are always wanting to make new friends. Even if they only just met you, they are willing to take day trips with you, go away with you, and find it continuously fascinating that you grew up in a small farming village on the edge of nowhere, without a major highway for miles.

My best memories and my heart will always be at the school. The word used to describe them is ‘energetic’ and they are definitely that, but I fell in love with them all anyway. They are innocent individuals with a passion for learning, lots of respect, who love to connect with you and tell you the likes and hobbies they have. It was nothing short of beautiful learning all of their names and where each of their talents lied, especially when I could use these in my lessons. And I did play on what I knew of them often, just because I loved seeing their little faces when they recognised I’d listened to them. They are grateful for everything you give them, and give you the biggest hugs when you leave. Like I said, my heart will always be with them.

What was the most unfamiliar thing you ate?
I ate a tarantula. Actually, it’s okay. I was never going to eat it and think ‘Yeah, I like eating that’, but it’s not so horrible you can’t endure it just to say you’ve done it. Seriously, try it. This is coming from a fussy eater with arachnophobia.
Response from Projects Abroad

Hi Courtney,

Thanks for leaving such a nice review. It’s great to hear that you enjoyed your project so much with us, I will definitely pass this onto the team in Cambodia for you!

We pride our self on the Gold Standard of Staff support, so it’s fantastic to hear that we are living up to this! I have worked on the ground myself with volunteers, and I know from previous experience that we as Projects Abroad staff really do care about our volunteers and intern’s health, safety and wellbeing.

Also, I am sure the children in Cambodia will remember you too, seeing that you joined us for 3 months, you definitely made a difference to the children. We would be very happy to welcome you back in Cambodia, this would be a great chance to use your Alumni vouchers and join us shortly!

All the best,

Luke
Projects Abroad – Senior Project Expert UK

Mariah
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Incredible Learning Opportunity- Extremely Safe

I went hoping for simply something to set me apart for my pre-med application and resume, but was not prepared for the amount of learning I experienced and the drastic personal change that occurred.
The raw experience was something to behold. As a first time traveller going through Projects Abroad was comforting. I was able to gain confidence to go on weekend excursions and experience enough to definitely set me apart from other graduates.
I wish I had had enough time to stay for an extra week and also travel independently after my project as by that time I felt I had enough knowledge to stay safe, have knowledge about the local culture, and have a good time.
Would 10/10 recommend to any pre-med student or a newbie traveller!

What would you improve about this program?
I think if the program (Public Health) had more medical equipment and resources, such as interpreters. We would have been able to reach more individuals in need.
Response from Projects Abroad

Dear Mariah, thanks for sharing! We are happy to hear you had a personal growth in addition to the medical training you were able to experience. Thank you for your feedback, we will share it with our Operations team in Cambodia - we are always looking for ways to improve! Hopefully you can come back to Cambodia to travel a bit more later on!

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Sophie
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

My Time In Cambodia

During the summer of 2018, I spent 3 weeks in Cambodia with Projects Abroad. Including weekend trips to Kampot and Siem Reap, I spent most of my time in Phnom Penh working in a school. Overall I found the trip amazing. The weekends and dinners during the week allowed me to relax and enjoy time with the other people on my trip, while the work during the day helped me to feel like I was making a difference. The hotel I stayed with was overall good but the food wasn’t amazing so our project supervisors took us out for dinner nightly. All our problems were dealt with quickly and professionally. Definetly would recommend to others ! Support was also provided afterwards as projects aboard stayed in touch.

What would you improve about this program?
Hotel wasn’t great but was told it was the last year they were bringing volunteers there.
Response from Projects Abroad

Dear Sophie, it's great to read you had such a great time in Cambodia. We do work hard to have a balance between your volunteer work and exploring the beautiful sightings that Cambodia has to offer. Thank you for your feedback as well, we are indeed working to provide more comfortable accommodation for our current volunteers. Hope to see you again in another one of our projects soon!

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Abbey
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

High School Special Cambodia January 2018

My experience was very enjoyable and I would highly recommend it to anyone wishing to partake in an overseas immersion experience. The staff in the country were well experienced with the program and itinerary and also about the local culture. The staff were also very friendly and were able to connect with the kids to ensure we got the most out of the trip. The support provided prior to the trip was also extensive and helpful and once it came time to leave for Cambodia I felt very prepared and I knew what I was to do once I arrived due to the conversations I had been having with Projects Abroad staff prior to my departure.
At our placement we spent our days painting, teaching and we built a pond at the primary school. My favourite part was seeing the excitement on the faces of the children. This motivated me even more to continue the good work I was doing and assured me that this trip was worthwhile. I enjoyed every moment on placement and to see the impact we had made once our trip was over was a life changing moment for not only myself but all people involved.
One of my biggest concerns when embarking on the trip was the people I would be sharing the experience with. However, I didn't need to worry as I made long-lasting friendships in the people I went on the trip with. What I found even more interesting was that the individuals on the trip came from across the world and were all of a similar age to myself. I truly believe the people I shared the experience with made it even more worth it.
Overall I believe the trip was prepared and managed well from start to finish by the Projects Abroad staff. I never had a doubt in doing a program with Projects Abroad and I plan to do more as I loved the first one so much.

Response from Projects Abroad

Dear Abbey. We are glad to hear you had such a great time in Cambodia! We understand that it may be a bit scary to go to a foreign country at a young age, which is why our staff is always happy to provide all the information you need and answer any questions both before you travel and during your stay.
One of the great thing about volunteering abroad is that you get to work with other volunteers from around the world who share your same vision and passion for helping out those in need. It's wonderful that you got to experience how grateful the children are for your contributions!
Thanks for sharing!

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Christine
1/10
No, I don't recommend this program

A money making company that lacks financial transperancy

After spending 2 months in Cambodia volunteering with Projects Abroad (cost $4400 Australian not including flights) I came away asking where has the money gone. Apparently PA allocated $4.50 US each day for each volunteer to eat. The organization gave the school that I was working at $100 US for my placement and allocated a further $40 for me to buy resources for the school. The accommodation was worse than any basic hostel I have seen. The mattress I slept on looked like it had been dragged out of a rubbish tip. So where did the money go In fact where did the $18 million profit that this company made in 2016 go? Well according to PA (as per an email they sent me) "In Cambodia we make considerate donations to an NGO called Khemera for their 8 daycare centres..." Interesting use of the word "considerate" when Khemera's 2016 financial statement indicates that Projects Abroad donated a mere $42,469.00 some of which was made up of the $100 per volunteer placement contribution made to 8 childcare facilities operated by Khemera. Further investigation uncovered the mother company of Projects Abroad....Beech View Holdings Ltd. The company's financial statement 2016 makes for an interesting read: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/03286143/filing-…. And if you're not fully convinced about the profit making focus of this company, here's another article: https://www.incomediary.com/peter-slowe-interview-running-t…

What would you improve about this program?
The mission statement on the Projects Abroad website states that: "Our mission is to encourage young people to volunteer for worthwhile work in developing countries." I find this statement discriminatory in the extreme. At age 58 I clearly don't fit the "young" profile and my attention was crudely drawn to this by a PA staff who referred me to the mission statement when I questioned the efficacy of Projects Abroad practices.
Response from Projects Abroad

Dear Christine,

We appreciate the concerns you have raised, and we have been in email communication several times to answer your questions around how your project fees are allocated. We are constantly looking for ways to improve our projects and the experiences our volunteers and partners have, and we’ve taken all your feedback on board to help with this effort.

We try and be as transparent as possible around how project fees are allocated. Unfortunately, the picture you paint is not the full story, and reflects only a small part of the costs of running projects in the developing world all year round. There are many fixed costs that need to be covered even if we don’t have any volunteers signed up at various times during the year, such as local staff salaries, office rents, donations to projects and project materials. Your fees would have also contributed to the annual costs of running these projects and our full-time team in Cambodia, as well as towards other projects around the world that don’t receive as many volunteers but still make a significant impact on local communities.

The $18 million “profit” in 2016 you refer to is actually £18 million turnover – it’s the full amount of money we received in 2016, with the vast majority of this going straight into running our volunteer projects and support structures throughout the year. We do factor in some profit, with most of this going into a reserve fund to make sure we can keep our projects running throughout the year, even if we don’t have any volunteers at any given time.

We understand that it can be difficult reconciling Projects Abroad being a for-profit organisation and offering volunteer work, but we have found that by structuring ourselves this way we are best able to keep our projects running year after year, for 25 years now, as we are not reliant on government or donor funds. We can choose the communities and focus areas that we believe will benefit the most from the work and contributions of our volunteers, and we often work in areas that very seldom get attention from large donor organisations or the international media.

We welcome volunteers of all ages and from all backgrounds, and in fact we see more and more people choosing to volunteer as a career break or during retirement. We certainly don’t intend to exclude anyone based on age, and we apologise if you felt our mission statement is discriminatory. We are always looking to improve, and this will be reviewed to make sure we are as inclusive as possible.

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Lilong
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

My 2-week public health volunteer experience in Cambodia

My first time away from home volunteering experience was fantastic with Projects Abroad. Upon my arrival in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, I was welcomed warmly and amazingly. I was given a city tour and introduced to the local cultures/language the first day there. The following work days, I worked alongside qualified professionals at various places such as child care center, kindergarten, impoverished communities and center for disabled children ((different activities every single day), providing basic health services and education on illness prevention. The evaluation procedures were easy to grasp with the help of the experts. Through the outreach processes, I’ve learned how to test and screen for illnesses and prescribe relevant medications in addition to build quality interactions with the patients.

I found it quite impressive that this program brings together people from many cultures with varied work experiences and different perspectives on strategic and organizational challenges. The team members come from different countries and functional backgrounds always work together to manage complex conditions and evaluate the care of patients. Moreover, the accommodation was also mind-blowing, you get private room and personal bathroom, hotel like bedding, AC, 24/7 guarded gate, 3 meals a day healthy diet plan that matches your preference with plenty of fruits and vegetables, convenient and cheap transit service, flexible schedule etc.

Overall, my 2 weeks stay there was comfortable with kind and caring attention. Everything went smooth from arrival to departure. I was almost fully immersed through interaction with the local culture and I also picked up a little of the local language. The experiences that I had have shaped myself as a person. If I am to volunteer abroad again, I would definitely come back to Projects Abroad and get a duration of a longer program.

Response from Projects Abroad

Dear Lilong. We are glad you were able to enjoy your time in beautiful Phnom Penh and that you got to learn so much from your supervisors, as well as from your peers. We do actually recommend staying for as long as possible so you can learn that much more and build stronger relationships with your patients. Hope to see you again in another one of our projects soon. Thanks for sharing!

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Stacey
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Public Health in Cambodia: Incredible Experience!

My two weeks of volunteering in the Public Health program in Cambodia through Projects Abroad was hands-down the most amazing experience of my life. During my time there, I practiced hands-on medicine in a way that directly and immediately helped impact the lives of people living in some of the poorest regions of Phnom Penh. We worked with kids in the mornings and adults during the afternoon, and in our free time, most of the volunteers explored the city or even ventured to other cities on the weekends. The other volunteers quickly become some of your best friends: whether you need someone to have an impromptu water-gun fight with, or someone to be your support during a long day, they are there for you. Some of the people I met, though we were only together for 1, maybe 2 weeks, are people that I feel certain I will remain in contact with for the rest of my life, even though we are from places as spread out as Australia, Switzerland, UK, and Alaska! While I would highly recommend this program to anyone thinking about volunteering abroad, I will say this: research the area, the project, and what to expect prior to arriving in the country. Some people expect it to be an easy, comfortable experience, and I will tell you bluntly that it is not. Is it fun? Yes. Do you learn a lot and meet incredible people? Absolutely. Will it change your outlook on life? Most likely. BUT it is not an easy experience. One of my roommates came expecting that her lifestyle could stay the same; she also was not mentally prepared for the heat, humidity, or cultural isolation that comes from not speaking the native language. Needless to say, she was miserable for a good majority of her project. I, however, researched extensively and arrived prepared for hardships galore. I was, thankfully, pleasantly surprised that it often was not as bad as I thought it would be, but you will have a much more enjoyable experience if you mentally prepare yourself for it to be a challenge.
While the incredible people I met, the work I did, and the unforgettable memories all play an enormous role in my reflection of this experience, I know that the program itself is to thank for most of this. The volunteers were incredibly well taken care of, and there was never an instance where I felt that the program had been ill-prepared to handle the situation; we always had a safe place to stay, clean/safe food and water, and ample opportunities to communicate with our program leaders if we ever needed extra help or support. Leaving a small town in Alaska to travel to a developing country on a continent I had never been to before was, understandably, only marginally less than terrifying, but the constant support from the Projects Abroad staff—which starts nearly the moment you send in your application—helped alleviate my concerns and was one of the factors that helped me decide to proceed with my volunteer experience. I have no reservations in entirely, whole-heartedly recommending this program to anyone wanting to volunteer abroad.

What would you improve about this program?
Nothing that I can think of!
Response from Projects Abroad

Dear Stacey. Sounds like you had a wonderful time in Cambodia! We agree, setting the right expectations before your project is key! Our Volunteer Advisors share as much information as they can with the volunteers, and answer all their questions. Volunteers can also find useful tips on their MyProjectsAbroad page. Just like you, we also think this makes it much easier to adapt quickly and start enjoying everything that this incredible experience has to offer. Thanks for sharing!

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William
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Public Health In Cambodia

I really enjoyed this opportunity to work abroad. This is my second time using Projects Abroad with my first experience being a nursing internship in Nepal. This time around was a Public Health internship in the capital city of Phnom Penh. I traveled with my wife who was working with English Education and Projects Abroad was able to accommodate us with our lodging as well as transportation so that we were able to stay together during our time there. I had an excellent experience working in different districts in and around Phnom Penh, and I was able to truly experience the culture in the short time that I was there. The work mostly consisted of distributing medications to individuals as well as providing health education and giving cursory physical assessments. While I greatly enjoyed the work, we also had a great time traveling around Cambodia to such places as Koh Rong Samleoum, Siem Reap (Ankor Wat), and Sihnoukville. We were also able to tour the S-21 and the Killing Fields which are essential pieces to an an important time in the development of the country. I highly recommend traveling with Projects Abroad for a safe and inclusive experience as well as traveling to Cambodia both to discover more about the past and yourself!

What would you improve about this program?
N/A
Response from Projects Abroad

Dear William.
Thank you for trusting Projects Abroad once again for your international volunteer experience. It sounds like you and your wife had a great time in Cambodia - both at your project and around the country! Thank you for sharing!

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Jennie
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Cambodia's Human Rights Project - Projects Abroad

After 4 exhilarating weeks in Phnom Penh, I completed Projects Abroad's Human Rights project. I was 22 and I was a fresh graduate from university. I completed a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and History, indicating my natural gravitation towards participating in a Human Rights project. My interest in participating in this volunteer project also heightened as I learn more about the country of Cambodia prior to my journey there: the mysterious landscapes and dark history that the country is built upon. I have a strong passion for travelling and I was fortunate enough to learn more about distant places, its histories and political landscapes throughout my academic career. Let me also preamble that I am also simultaneously pursuing a career in law and was hoping that I could gain quantitative and qualitative legal experience in my volunteer endeavor.

Preparing to embark on my volunteer project, I had a ton of help from the Projects Abroad staff, who consistently kept in touch via phone and email, and also a friend of mine who recently completed a Projects Abroad project in South America. The Projects Abroad website provided me with a personal webpage of my own that contains all instructions relating to my upcoming travel to Cambodia. It is organized by a timeline of before, during and after your project. This layout extremely helped me in keeping myself organized before I travel, as well as the smooth arrival that I experienced when I landed in Phnom Penh.

I worked for a Cambodian NGO, the Housing Rights Task Force (HRTF), that seeks to advocate for human and housing rights in Cambodia. Cambodia, as a country, offers many learning experiences starting from its diverse history all the way to its culture and modern identity. Until today, I still look back on my 4-week experience working side-by-side with justice workers, human rights defenders and legal officers and I remain in awe. My work mainly consisted of researching and writing numerous case studies. The research component was what I found the most exhilarating. I had an opportunity to look closely into Cambodian and internationally-binding laws, mainly targeting human rights and housing law aspects. I was also very fortunate to experience most of my research on the field: I witnessed and observed numerous human rights protests, housing developments, political meetings and human rights trials. HRTF also actively participated in meeting and collaborating with other local and international NGOs that provided me with a whole new system to work with and be a part of.

I was also very fortunate to call a place ‘home’ during my stay in Phnom Penh. I lived in a project Abroad volunteers’ apartment in the heart of the city and was surrounded by people who helped me feel at home, fed me amazing local dishes and made sure I was driven to work and brought home safe every day. The people I lived with came from different parts of the world and have become very close friends of mine. Volunteering abroad was improved a hundred-fold when my experiences turned into friendships and life-long memories.

I highly recommend Project Abroad’s Human Rights project in Cambodia for various reasons, most of which are outlined in my review. It helped me shape my understanding of the world, its realities and also its wonders.

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Betsie
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

TESL in Cambodia

I loved teaching English as a Second Language in Cambodia with Projects Abroad! I got my certification in TESL at my college and Projects Abroad not only gave me the opportunity to practice the skills and knowledge that I had gained through that program, but it also reminded me why I fell in love with TESL in the first place and rekindled my passion for teaching in that way someday. At all times I felt supported and encouraged by the Projects Abroad staff as well as the staff at my placement. I greatly enjoyed getting to know my students and miss them dearly. I can't wait to take what I learned through my project with them and help similar students in a similar way.

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Katherine
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Public Health Project- Great Experience

I did the Public Health Project for 5 weeks with Projects Abroad. The support staff is great, very helpful. I stayed in the apartment in Phnom Penh for most of my time. We spent time in the communities helped by the Khemara Organization, doing public health checks in the communities and childcare centers. It was a great experience getting a lot of hands on medical experience and learning a lot from our public health program managers. I also spent a week with a host family, doing public health checks in a rural community. It was a great to experience how a Khmer family lives. Another week I spent with the conservation project on King Island. We also did public health checks there. Each community had their own public health problems and different common illnesses. I highly recommend Projects Abroad. Although it is more expensive than other programs it has excellent in-country support and organization.

What would you improve about this program?
At times the scheduling could be disorganized, but it always resolved in the end.

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