Then last Saturday we hosted our 2nd Adult Community Workshop. This time we invited the parents, caretakers, government teachers, and village authorities to learn about Child Rights. We tried a new start time, which was a giant bust, because it was when everyone was shopping at the market, so after a 2 hour start delay we got going! The training was wonderful with over 60 attendees, that ended in a hilarious game of dressing up adults in traditional men and women Cambodian clothes to essentially play a Child Rights version of pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey.
Below is a few pictures of the game, and a video of the excitement (sorry for the vertical filming). I will claim that when it was my turn to get dressed up I had the most cheers!
Today and tomorrow our staff and program are going through an external assessment and program evaluation. It's tiring and makes for a few long days, but I am thrilled with all the positive feedback our staff is giving.
Your prayers for this program, the kids, and the staff is still highly coveted and we thank you dearly for all that continue to pray and support us!