UN SDGs Covered
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Enrollment
All year round

Duration
7 days

Price
TBD
+ TBD carbon offsetting fee

100%
Carbon Neutral

Water & Education in Rural Cambodia

Having endured colonialism, dictatorships, invasions and a forced rural exodus, the unbreakable spirit of Cambodians still prevails. Today, the local communities in the Siem Reap province are struggling with a different kind of political challenge: the effects of the ongoing climate crisis. 

During this CLS Asia Trip, students will be serving and connecting with the people of rural Cambodia, whose communities suffer from a lack of water accessibility, as well as a lack of access to education. The climate crisis is making it ever so difficult for locals to lift themselves out of poverty. 

Get ready for an exciting week-long adventure, bringing together students and locals through this community-led infrastructure project. You will truly be making a positive impact by providing the water access needed for health purposes and economic growth in Cambodia.

The Project

Water Tank Planning & Building 

Students will be serving a rural community in the Siem Reap province, where the effects of climate change have left a drastic need for water. The population lives in poverty, requiring easy access to water for both day-to-day living and agricultural farming. 

The aim of this project is to provide locals with safe access to drinkable water for domestic use, as well as water for irrigation purposes throughout the year. Students will help design, build and fund a water tank for the community. 

This project is so important because clean water will also allow local children to be healthier, so they can attend school and help lift themselves out of poverty. The entire project is carried out in an environmentally and ecologically responsible way. 

This CAS Trip integrates the following UN SDGs:

We at CAS Trips strive to develop conscientious young global citizens, who experience new cultures and adventures whilst implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Our Asia Itinerary

Arrival at Siem Reap

Check-in to accommodation  

Orientation & safety briefing 

Local welcome meal

Travel to Knapor Village

Meet the community

Project briefing & goal setting

Meet with local project leaders & builders

Proceed with communal project 

Ox-cart ride to a hidden temple

Assist with farming on local rice paddies

Traditional craft & cooking workshop

Proceed with communal project 

Plant trees at the local conservation forest

Local meal in the community center

Paddy field sightseeing

Proceed with communal project 

BBQ dinner with a view

Friendly soccer match: visitors vs. hosts

Enjoy traditional village music & dance

Farewell lunch & blessings from local monk

Transfer to Siem reap

Angkor Wat & Bayon temple visits

Visit an internationally acclaimed Cambodian circus

Checkout

Farewell & departures

Resources

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House Rules

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