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Tou Montahary is 11 years old while his younger sister Tou Tasnim is 9 years old.
Both orphans are currently enrolled in Emaan International School in Cambodia. Their father passed away in 2013 when when Hary was 5 and Tasnim was 3 years old.
Things took a turn for the worse when just after a few months after the demise of their father, their mother left them in the care of the late husband’s family. She has only visited them once in all these years. One can only imagine what the children might be have gone through growing up and their life without parents even today.
Their aunt takes care of them with the help of their grandparents. Their aunt barely manages to pay for all their living costs and other expenses.
Hary is a quiet boy who struggles to keep up with his classmates in his studies. Struggling from low self-esteem, he finds it difficult to catch up with his lessons. Like her brother, Tasnim is also quiet girl. At the beginning of the school year, it was difficult to see Tasnim smile and she had looked afraid. Today, we regularly see her smiling happily in school. Our school has made a significant difference in the lives of the children.
Emaan Internatonal School is a Muslim-managed international school for Cambodian students of all ethnicity and religions. EIS is located in a village in Kampong Chhnang, Cambodia which is about 50km away from the main city. Education is a key factor to uplift and empower people. This is the reason the school aims to provide affordable, good quality and sustainable international education in a village in Cambodia.
To the villagers, EIS represents a way out of the cycle of poverty for their children. It is more than just a door to an international education. EIS will teach its students English, Mathematics and Science according to the Cambridge International Primary Progamme.
The orphans and students selected to receive sponsorship have undergone detailed background checks and interviews with the respective parent or guardian and village chief.
Emaan Catalyst Community (Singapore) established Emaan Foundation Cambodia in 2015, both playing strategic and direct roles in supporting EIS.
Funds will be used to cover the fees for their Education at Emaan International School. The funds will also provide them the required basic amenities. Your donations to this campaign today might change the future of these siblings and their family. What a worthy investment that is!
|Jannah Radzif||RM 200|
|Siti Rasyidah Binte Mohd||RM 50|
|Herfian Rothman||RM 10|