(Sakka supports the salary of one of Dr Annie’s dentists and overall is working together to find ways to continue to support more of Dr Annie’s incredible network of medical projects in/around Phnom Penh).
Here’s what’s happening in Samorn’s life:
"How are you. I hope you are doing well. I am fine.
In Cambodia, Khmer New Year is a three day holiday. I went to visit my home town in Takeo Province. I am happy to visit there, because I saw my grandmother and my godmother and brothers.
During Khmer New Year, people in Cambodia go to the pagoda and most people go to visit their families.
The first day of Khmer New Year I went to visit Wat Opot. I visited my brothers and the other children and some of the foreigners staying there, too.
Right now I just started a new semester. I started a new course on pharmaceuticals and other course on communicable diseases. I will have five new teachers. Yesterday we didn't study. We just met the teachers, got ID cards, and other things to get started. Then today I was sick, because I ate something bad, so I couldn't go to school. For my next update I will write a lot about my life at school.
At One-2-One, my brother and I went to a meeting and then we went to a clinic. This week I saw 29 patients. We are both happy to work there.
Thank you. When I have the results from my test I will send them to you.