Judith – Group 4

CWF is a committed and genuine organisation established and run by a group of dynamic people, Khmer and foreigners. Some of the most friendly, helpful and honest people you will find. The school has a welcoming positive energy and the students are everyday working Cambodians working hard to improve their quality of life. What a privilege to be part of …

Neal – Group 4

This project is brilliant. It is a genuine opportunity to volunteer your time and energy, whatever your experience of teaching is. You support Cambodians on a daily basis, who are working hard to improve the quality of their English. Your efforts raise money which goes directly towards preserving Cambodia’s culture and natural resources. The feeling of doing something so worthwhile and …

Mark – Group 3

I came to Cambodia in 2006 for just a few weeks and I knew I had to return as soon as I could. Teaching at CWF has really been the best way to do that. The best thing has been getting to know my students and realising our differences and similarities (many of both). I don’t think there is a …

Flavia – Group 2

By teaching the Khmer students, including monks, I have been given an insight into their world and culture. The staff at CWF are also interesting people/ friends from around the world which helps make this a memorable and exciting experience.

Zeny – Groups 2 & 3

I find that Cambodian students are eager learners of English with a high level of motivation. Teaching such highly motivated students at CWF has been a very satisfying experience for me. Likewise, I truly relish the thought that volunteer teachers at CWF are able to help raise money for the community development efforts of the Cambodian Rural Development Team (CRDT) where …