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Responsible Travel Guide Cambodia

Improving Lives Through Thoughtful Travel Choices
by Pujita Nanette Mayeda and Friendship with Cambodia

Responsible Travel Guide Cambodia

Take a Peek Inside!

Order as a PDF eBook:

$7 for 50MB download from our website

or... Order as a paperback book:

$16.00 including shipping and handling (within US)
(International orders email for availability and shipping.)

Profits from the sale of this book support our projects in Cambodia. Read more about our projects...

Educational Presentations

We have many speakers available, including: Bhavia Wagner, founder of Friendship with Cambodia and author of Soul Survivors - Stories of Women and Children, Dr. Shoshana Kerewsky of the Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services at University of Oregon, and Don Lyon, owner of Close-up Expeditions and trip leader for Friendship with Cambodia. They can address a wide range of topics relating to Cambodia including history, culture and society. Please contact us with your particular needs.

Books about Cambodia

Soul Survivors: Stories of Women and Children in Cambodia
Author Bhavia Wagner is the founder and director of Friendship with Cambodia.

Soul Survivors: Stories of Women and Children in Cambodia

Order as a PDF eBook:

$7 for 50MB download from our website

or... Order as a paperback book:
$16.00 (including shipping and handling within U.S.)

Soul Survivors gives voice to the women and children who stayed in Cambodia after the genocide (1975 — 1979), when nearly two million people died from execution, starvation, or disease. It includes the stories of two refugees who came to the US as orphans, returning as young adults to help their country. These engaging personal narratives reveal that hope and kindness survived the darkest period of Cambodia's recent history.

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Curriculum and Teacher Training Workshops

Nine lesson plans accompany Soul Survivors. The subjects are: Cambodian history, genocide, human rights, sweatshops, war and peace, artists and culture, powerful women, landmines and refugees.

Photo Exhibit about Landmines in Cambodia

Valentina DuBasky's collection of forty powerful photos with captions is available for display.

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