Bloggers Take on a Tearfund Challenge in Cambodia #TFBloggers

Last year I had the privilege of visiting Uganda with Tearfund to report back on the work they are doing… I was totally sold – so great to see another team heading out, to Cambodia this time, to “see for themselves“… I’m looking forward to hearing what they get up to… This March, three UK bloggers will travel to Cambodia with Tearfund to visit communities living in poverty who are being transformed through the local Continue Reading →

Blogging with @Tearfund for #TFBloggers

Last year I went to Uganda with #TFBloggers, as we sought to share stories of the work that Tearfund does, to encourage others to support it. For 2014, there’s an opportunity for 3 more bloggers to visit Cambodia and share the work that is done there: Entries will be open from December 9th to January 5th – see the Tearfund site for how to enter. drbexl Life Explorer, HE/learning, Christian, cultural history, WW2 posters: Keep Calm Continue Reading →

The Elephant Project, Cambodia

I used to work with Jack Highwood on the IT Counter at the University of Winchester. I was doing my PhD, Jack his degree… and he decided to go out to Cambodia, where he’s been for several years. I always think it’s great to see people following their passions in life, and there’s no doubt that Jack is passionate about what he’s doing out in Cambodia. I went to Cambodia, but was on fixed timetable, Continue Reading →