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Farming social enterprise opportunity in Cambodia

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Have you ever thought about completely changing your life?
Ever thought about living in a tropical country where it's never cold and papayas just fall off the trees?
How about growing things in a lush but challenging environment?
Sharing permaculture principles with a whole new range of people?
What about being part of a social enterprise that actually works and changes people's lives?

Kep Gardens is an vocational educational project in Cambodia that provides a unique service to local people giving them the skills and confidence to move out of the trap of rural poverty. The project is now embarking on a social enterprise initiative that will hopefully secure it's future and create even more opportunities for young people in the area.

Everything is in place in Kep to make this happen – the land, the people, the economic climate, the development opportunity.......all we need are the right people to be the Project Managers.  This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the right people – we're looking for a couple or a family, who have the qualities that we need.

If you're interested, go to www.comeandliveinkep.wordpress.com for all the details, the job description and the application steps.  

If this is not for you right now, you can still help by sharing this with people that you know or in any network that you think is appropriate.

Kathy McGowan
If for some reason the link doesn't work, email me at comeandliveinkep@gmail.com
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