In conjunction with British-Nepali charity Pipal Tree we are building a community learning centre in one of the very poorest regions of Nepal.
We've just funded the installation of clean water systems to nine more primary schools in Cambodia so the children have potable water to drink.
We have joined forces with three other small charities to deliver vital food supplies to almost 15,000 people in Nepal's Province 2. These people receive no government support and would literally starve without this help.
We have just agreed to fund the building and equipping of a computer room at a brand new school being built by UK Nepali charity Pipal Tree in Bhatighadi, southern Nepal. This school will serve the poorest and most marginalised students in the area whose current school (pictured) is dilapidated and dangerous.
On 25 January our new five-classroom school building in Andong Teuk commune, Koh Kong province officially opened. It will help more than 105 children access quality education and will replace the unsafe building and lack of hand-washing facilities, playground and basic classroom equipment. Here are the 'before' and 'after' photos!