Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Kari leads from the front

Wow, I feel tired just reading about the work going on at the Chrauk Tiek Primary School in the shadow of the Cardamom Mountains. That's where Kari Grady Grossman, her family and helpers are at the moment, assisting the local school and community to change the dynamic of environmental destruction and rural school poverty in Cambodia. From little acorns...
Kari is the author of the fantastic book, Bones That Float, about her adoption of a son and his country. The book is magnificent and the work she has pioneered at the school and with the community of Chrauk Tiek is equally laudable. I urge everyone to read her blog, find out more about the school and its 500 students, and to buy her book. I challenge you not to be moved by all three.

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