Teaching English in Cambodia


When we arrived in Cambodia on May 1, we didn’t really have much planned other than to see the famous temples of Angkor Wat. We took a few days of rest and relaxation after we said our goodbyes to our friends visiting from home and saw the temples at a leisurely pace. We quickly noticed the poverty present everywhere we looked, but also noticed how friendly and humble the locals were. Before we knew it, we were signed up for 2 weeks of teaching with the Cambodia English School of Higher Education Organization (CESHEO) thanks to the wonderful website HelpX.


CESHEO was founded by Rady Rure in order to provide free English education to the children of Cambodia. An English education is a ticket out of poverty as it opens up so many employment opportunities for the future. As a child, Rady was unable to afford to attend school, so…

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