Agricultural Project

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Educating and Empowering Local Farmers

Begun in 2016, after a local Stung Treng farmer donated land to the KHK Foundation, the KHK Agricultural Project teaches farming and agriculture, along with a general academic curriculum. Students acquire abstract skills at the Foundation’s Learning Center, then apply those skills in a practical setting at the Foundation’s nearby farm. Crops and livestock from the farm are sold at the local market, and, throughout the entire process, students also develop critical social and communication skills.

Graduates come away with a strong understanding of farming and agriculture, the ability to share what they’ve learned with local farmers in their community, and an authentic understanding of how to create wealth through education, skill, and hard work.