Driving a motorcycle isn’t just for thrill-seekers or daredevils: here in Cambodia it’s an important life skill! Cars are growing in popularity, but for most Cambodians a moto is their main form of transportation. We require all our interns to learn how to drive a moto, not only for convenience but also as a way to acclimate into the culture and lifestyle of those around them.
Rhiannon, our intern from Canada, just got her own moto after daily practice with staff members SreyMom and Aly. This is an important step of independence for her as she goes about daily ministry teaching English, spending time in Fathers’ House, helping in Sak Saum, and doing children’s ministry. Check out Rhiannon’s new wheels below!