With a recent construction project underway, the bricks and sand sitting around (along with dishes from the playroom) were put to use and The Sand Café emerged.
Not to be outdone by the older kids who get to help out in Chhangs Cafe in the evenings, the little ones got to work creating their own gastronomic creations once their kitchen was set up properly.
Head cook, Virak 2 (fresh on the mend from minor foot injury).
And our kitchen crew gathering only the freshest of ingredients…
To be prepared with love.
Served to customers such as our resident Sociologist, Dara.
Just a little glimpse into the day to day happenings of an awesome home for vulnerable children, where children grow up not knowing they could have been another negative Cambodian statistic.
Children growing up with love, care, health, happiness and the chance for a future amongst their large non-biological family.
Regardless of what the media or anti-orphanage campaigns say, residential homes are necessary and can be a loving place for children to flourish, feel loved and grow up to be stable educated and self-confident young adults who have pure potential.
Not convinced about the statement above? Come join us for an extended period of time and we’ll prove any negative thoughts wrong.