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Annual Report 2012

Check out what we've been up to by clicking this link to read the Annual Report for 2012. Happy reading!

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Annual Report 2011 Hits Newsstands
Well, not quite literally, but it's written, reviewed, been put to bed, so to speak, and is now ready for you to read. Why not click this link and get the year-to-date in one place. A word of caution about printing. The version you read is our web-ready version and is meant to be light and portable,...

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Agricultural Project Update
 A progress report for an agricultural extension of the Phnom Penh Dormitory project shows that we have hit some of our targets. Despite difficulties that sometimes made it feel like a  climb up a slippery slope, we can report some initial success in improving dormer health. Read the 6 mon...

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Nurse Visits Kapalpal School
 We were fortunate to have a nurse make one of the visits with us. Jeannie brought with her supplies of first aid – bandages, band aids, antiseptic lotions, surgical tape, and a host of other things – and together with husband, Warren, a pharmacist, spent almost all of two weeks attending to a...

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Fixing Up and Improving at the Kapalpal School
 Aside from normal maintenance of the school’s grounds, it seems that wherever the eye moves, there’s an improvement that could be made. For example, Volunteers Steve, Warren and Josh, with Joe Bill, our Groundskeeper and some of the locals recently closed in part of our ‘shelter’ turning it...

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Helpful Developments at Kapalpal School, Tanna, Vanuatu
 With a school of more than 200 students at Loanialu, a cluster of isolated villages in this remote area there is always something to do. Visits by Australian volunteers in 2010 and 2011 provided teacher assistance, student tutoring, help with a host of health issues by a volunteer nurse, new ...

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School Age Children in Yangon Get Diet Supplement

 350 school-age children in Yangon receive food supplement of a boiled egg and a portion of milk to boost nutrition in their diets. The supplement is provided 3 times a week during school terms.

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Extra Support for Students at the Dorms

 Dorm students receive extra support through educational programs. Recently, a study-related series was presented on topics such as intellectual property, referencing and preparing research.

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The Phnom Penh Dormitories are moving into a new phase. Many have contributed to the development of the dormitory, most notably, the missionaries from the Bible Education Centre who have provided a programme of spiritual development and given many hours of their time in pursuit of improvements ...

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New School Building Goes Up at Kapalpal Christadelphian Primary School

 Construction early in 2010 of a second building at the Kapalpal Christadelphian Primary School has provided much-needed classroom space. 

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Calling all tutors

 Tutors needed to level the educational playing field for disadvantaged children in a remote village of the island of Tanna in Vanuatu

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 Abi Van Heerden recently spent some time in Cambodia, working in the dorms and experiencing Phnom Penh life at its craziest and friendliest. This is what she had to say... Services and classes are still running regularly at the dorms in downtown Phnom Penh. Compulsory classes run most days ...

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Update from the Phnom Penh dorms
John Pople was recently in Cambodia attending the Bible School and P2P preaching trips over the Christmas / New Year break. He delivers this report: The services and study classes at the Bethezer dormitories, in the North of Phnom Penh, are forming the current backbone of progress of the gospel b...

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During the past year EFET has provided ESL (English as a Second Language) resources to English language lecturers at the National University of Timor Leste. For the 2009 year, each English lecturer was provided with ESL materials for semesters 1 and 2, which included the ESL textbooks, listening CDs...

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Message from the Chairman
Life is a journey, you often hear, and each of us is a traveler on it. The journey has a fixed destination and a plan to reach it by a certain time. However the plan has to be reworked and the time of arrival revised because things rarely work out – or seem to rarely work out – the way they’re suppo...

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