About Khmer Harvest Build
The Khmer Harvest Build offers a unique Habitat for Humanity opportunity for volunteers to come to Cambodia to build affordable homes for families who used to live on the Steung Meanchey municipal dumpsite.
From 15 to 19 November 2011, volunteers will work alongside families to build 22 houses in Oudong, Kandal province, about 40 km. outside of Cambodia’s capital city Phnom Penh. Volunteers will spend three days building homes, one day working on a farm, and one day making bricks using greener building technology.
The closure of a Steung Meanchey dumpsite in 2009 left hundreds of families without homes and their source of income – as garbage pickers …
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