Habitat for Humanity Cambodian Information Update
Wednesday 30th May 2012 at Recess
Next Meeting: GAT Day Thurs 14th June 1.00pm
Departure Saturday 30th June 11.30 pm : Return Saturday 14th July 12.30 pm
This should be done individually online through the Cambodian Government website
www.mfaic.gov.kh You need a digital passport type photo. The visa will be valid for 3 months.
All students must raise a minimum of $950
Students who have contributed to the bbq and chocolate drive can discount their contribution by $120 if required. If you do not meet the fundraising target, your parents will be required to make up the shortfall.
Habitat for Humanity are keen for us to meet our obligation for a group total of $19,000 asap otherwise the main focus of the trip cannot occur. We are currently (as of Mon 28th) over halfway at $11,923. Special thanks to those boys who have already met or exceeded their obligation.
Money you have raised can be donated via the Habitat for Humanity website
This will take you straight to the donations page. If possible please do not make
anonymous donations as we need to track each student’s total. If someone else is making a
donation please get them to put your name in the information box.
Credit card payments can be made via the website and these will be automatically receipted. All
other payments will have to be manually receipted.
Manual Receipting – keep names and addresses on excel spreadsheet – file sent to Dr Jackowski.
Please advise me by email so that I can forward the file to HforH around the time of payment.
Team Leader Name: John Jackowski / Michael Waugh / Patrick Sanders
|Time/Date||Sun 8th||Mon 9||Tue 10||Wed 11||Thu 12||Fri 13|
|07:30-8:15||Arrival from Siem Reap||Leave Hotel|
|8:15-8:40||Arrive build site & orientation|
|1:00- 2:45||Work||House dedication|
|4:15-4:30||Welcome party||Clean up site|
Sun 1st July – arrive Phnom Penh : Golden Gate Hotel; pm tour of PP city
Mon 2nd July – Phnom Penh : In the morning, we visit the chilling Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal
Crimes and the Killing Fields of Choeng Ek. Leisure time in the afternoon.
Tues 3rd July - Phnom Penh : Orphanage vist (Mr Waugh) and shopping.
Wed 4th July - travel to Siem Reap by bus (6 hr) – stay at Samadevi Angkor
Thu – 5th July - Siem Reap – all day visit - The temples of Angkor represent 600 years (802-1432) of
Fri – 6th July - Siem Reap – all day – temples and markets
Sat – 7th July - Siem Reap –Boat cruise on the world’s 2nd largest lake, the magnificent 'Tonle
Sap' , passing the village of Kampong Khlang and viewing daily life on the water. This
village is a mix of high stilt houses, built above the highest water level, and floating
Sun – 8th July - return to Phnom Penh and Golden Gate Hotel. Welcome Party and briefing
Mon – 9th July to 13th July - Phnom Penh – build
Fri – 13th July - Final build day and dedication . Depart for PP airport. Leave 8.30pm to
Good Luck for the exam period from Dr John Jackowski, Mr Patrick Sanders, Mr Michael Waugh
Scotch College: ABN 86 852 826 445 ACN 005 650 395 CRICOS 00624A (Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students)