A Step Towards Inclusion – by David Peck

A Step Towards Inclusion – Podcast by David Peck

Check out this great podcast by David Peck. David is an ambassador of change –  he’s very active with Asian Outreach and many other organizations. This podcast, titled A Step Toward Inclusion, is about a friend of David’s from Cambodia and features interesting insights from myself (Noel Hutchinson, AO Canada), Tom from the War Remnant Museum in Siem Reap, Mines Action Canada and Karen Valley from War Amps.

More About David: David Peck is the founder of SoChange, a social enterprise that works with the corporate and NGO community in leadership development, innovation and entrepreneurship. He is a writer, speaker, entertainer, academic and social change consultant.

David has spoken before many companies and NGO’s, and has served as a  as a consultant for leadership, MNCH, education, health and literacy projects in Ontario, El Salvador, Rwanda, Kenya, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand and Mongolia. He was named a Global Hero by Verge magazine in 2009. David hosts a podcast called Face2Face and a blog called Splash and Ripple on Rabble.ca and writes for a variety of other publications.

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Photos from My Cambodia Trip

What an experience in Prek Russeay village with the AOC Water and Sanitation (WASH) team. We’ve been filling 5 filter moulds per day on average. The rings are the forms for the toilet tanks.

Something as simple as bio-sand filters and toilets significantly cuts down the rate of preventable diseases. As always, we are committed to bringing a message of Hope and providing communities with practical help.

This is how Asian Outreach Cambodia lives out our mantra of “Loving God and Loving our Neighbour.” Here are just a few pictures from our day in Prek Russeay village.

This is the first WASH project in this community. We were thrilled to have ERDO as a partner with us in this village. There are over 500 families and initially we’ll be able to help almost 200. I asked the village leaders if they were happy for us to be there working alongside them with bio-sand water filters and toilets. They burst out laughing and smiling…I’m guessing that is a yes!

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Sam is a one-year volunteer from New Zealand working with our team in Stung Treng Cambodia