2015 Humanitarian Aid Trip to Cambodia and Laos

In September, a team of 32 students and staff will travel to Cambodia and Laos to carry out a range of humanitarian aid projects.

This is part of the Humanitarian Aid Leadership Programme (HALP), which we have conducted since 2010. Groups have travelled to Cambodia (three times), Thailand, Laos and Vietnam to work on house building, orphanage care, and aid projects with NZAid and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. 

This year our projects include supporting a health roadshow and building shelters and fences for rural commnities.

HALP offers valuable insight into the history and culture of the countries we visit. It is also an insight into how lucky we are as New Zealanders to live in a safe, supportive first-world country where we have many opportunities. Students return empowered, focused, worldly and confident. 

Students and staff are working, fundraising and saving hard, but we still need support to make this a reality. 

Pledges of $50 or $100 will make a big difference to our students being able to travel. Please donate here

Should you wish to make a pledge, or support the team in some other way, or wish to learn more about the project, please contact:

Mr Phil Muir, Deputy Principal at [email protected]                        

The students are very grateful for your support.

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