This Club appreciates humanitarians that realize the only way to enable Cambodian children to climb out of the dark depths of poverty, sickness, malnutrition, suffering and exploitation, is by supporting Education.

Meet Mr. Bora Ream

My name is Bora Ream. I am a Cambodian person. I was born in Battambang in 1995. I have moved to live in Siem Reap since 2006 while studying in grade 6 and I started to study English since then.

My first English school was Australia Centre for Education (ACE), and I studied there for around 4 years. But it was not my parents who paid for the school fee, but my uncle, my father’s younger brother who owns a book shop. After 4 years, he told my family that he couldn’t support me anymore, so I had to stop studying from ACE and find another place to studied English. Then I could find one Organization which is called JWOC which was recommended by my eldest brother.

So I continued studying English there another 3 years for free and at the same time I also studied one-year-course at one university which is in Siem Reap. When I completed the course from JWOC, it was also the time that I graduated from my high school. At that time I didn’t have any goals in my mind, and when my parents asked me about that I would choose, I just told them that I didn’t know or have any plans yet.

Then my eldest brother asked me if I was interested in English language or not, and I said I did a little. Finally I chose English language to be my major. But still I didn’t know what I was going to do with my English language in the future.

When I was in year 2, I started to work a personal shopper and I worked for around 4 months and my organization stopped the personal shopper program. So I became a jobless person. I dreamed to be a teacher and now have the job at Feeding Dreams, teaching many poor children. I am the person who loves freedom and likes to spend time with people around me like my family or friends.