Student Spotlight

Catch Up Class provides opportunities for Nash

Nash is an older student in the Catch Up Class program who has not been able to focus fully on his studies since he used to spend most of his time working with his mother in the dump site to help support his family.

Even though Nash still spends his evenings helping his mom he is working really hard in school. After the first term his teacher found that he gained 20% in his writing and spelling skills. Nash knows that he was behind his peers at school but he has embraced a wonderful mindset and says, “I always try hard to do it!”.

At school, Nash is able to receive an education, good nutrition and a close connection to his teacher. These resources also allow Nash to continue to live with his mother rather than experience abandonment.

RW’s support of the Love Without Boundaries school (and the ‘Catch Up’ class for students in the landfill) is solely because of the hard work each of you does every day!

We are working for the day every child has a home.

4 Areas of Focus

  • Facilities that support abandoned children.
  • Educational programs for orphaned children.
  • Adoption grants.
  • Family preservation / orphan prevention.

Work Connection

In 2020 and 2021, RW supported the Love Without Boundaries school and the Catch Up Class for older children living in Cambodian landfills. Due to this support, LWB is able to continue to grow this program.

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