Like every Monday morning before, around 24 deaf children, aged between 6 and 15, were waiting on Kampuchea Balopp coaches to enjoy another session of rugby activities.
Since the beginning of the program, more and more kids have begun participating in the trainings, which shows how much they enjoy it.
The kids train at the Aspeca orphanage, which is the neighborhood of Krousar thmey. Thanks to that, kids from Aspeca get to join the training. Deaf and un-deaf kids playing together, couldn’t be a more perfect example of how rugby can be used as a tools of social inclusion.
Here are some pictures taken during the most recent training of the youngest group.