Acronis Foundation News
Prei Changha village, Banteay Meanchey province is a good two to two-and-a-half hour ride away from the popular destination, Siem Reap – and it’s just what you expect it to be: remote and quiet.
The Acronis Schools Initiative is not just about building schools – it aims to provide the underprivileged communities around the world with comprehensive educational support.
Our projects in Peru and Guatemala made some exciting progress in the construction of new school facilities for underprivileged children.
After almost eight months of hard work by local villagers and the entire community, the Acronis Foundation’s Schools Initiative officially opened its second school on October 18, 2018.
In November 2017, the construction of a primary school in Ata, a rural village in Myanmar, about 200 km north of the country’s capital Naypyidaw, has been successfully completed.
The Primary School in Cambodia, Southeast Asia, is located in Prei Changha Village, a rural and poverty-stricken area in the north of the country on the border with Thailand, which has a population of 3,255 residents.
Ata – Myanmar, June 20, 2018 – Today Ursula Schnetzler-Broers, who works for our partner NGO Stiftunglife, visited the Acronis School to get updated on the school’s condition and effectiveness.
Children in Loongung’, a village in the north-eastern Simanjiro district which is inhabited by 3000 people, will get a long-desired primary school.
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