Desert Daughter was invited by the local leadership of the Tel Sheva National Park to join in a hands on educational project between Jewish students from Be’er Sheva and Bedouin students from Tel Sheva.
In early January Desert Daughter was grateful to receive five volunteers from the Arava Institute. Learning about Desert Daughter on an educational trip that the Arava Institute had planned as part of the semester’s curriculum, the students had reached out after the semester to ask if they could volunteer more with Desert Daughter’s desert gardening and learn about traditional Bedouin herbal knowledge.
We often see an inspiring video or post from a friend talking about a great charity we should give to, or maybe we are moved by a presentation we hear. But then our zeal for helping fades away, and we make excuses for why we can’t give—not enough time, not the right time, someone else will do it, etc. But the truth is, we ALL can help, at ANY time. Here are some ways you can make a difference, no matter your circumstances or stage in life.
Eight key phrases to learn to show respect in the Cambodian villages.
|Hello||Chum Reap Sour|
|Peace & Joy||Sok Saybay|
|Thank You||Aw Kon|
|Sorry||Som Toh (If you are really sorry say this x3)|
|Goodbye||Som Reap Leah|
|My name is _____||khñomm chmuah_____|
|What is your name?||Lohk mean chmuah tah much?|
There are more words of wisdom to come during orientation with Tabitha Cambodia founder, Janne Ritskes...
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