Computer Delivery to Jesuit Vocational School

News Release

Five new Dell desktop computers and monitors were recently donated to the Jesuit Services Cambodia vocation training campus for disabled students. The school, which is located west of Phnom Penh, provides opportunities for disabled students to learn and assist with wheelchair manufacturing, motor scooter repair, sewing, carpentry, restaurant management and other vocations.

 

Principal Vuthda, who has worked at the facility since it opened in 1993, accepted the donation on behalf of the center from LDS Charities (LDSC), the humanitarian arm of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Elder and Sister Miller, volunteers of LDSC, presented the computers to Principal Vuthda and the students. Elder Miller’s observation of the student’s reaction, “This was a precious moment to be able to see the joy of these students as they received the computers. They were quickly unboxed in their classroom and assembled by the students.”

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