Since 2012, UWS Ol Tuch School has served families of the Tampoun tribe in the Lumphat region of Ratanakiri.
UWS Kaung Whatt School, Myanmar, sponsored by Stuart Fletcher and family, is currently under construction, and will open in early 2015.
Built in the summer of 2014, UWS Som School is set to open in October 2014. The school now has three classrooms, solar power, a teacher house and toilets.
UWS Jong Ra School, Cambodia, the 20th UWS school to be built, opened in 2014.
Opened in 2010, UWS Takok Phnong School serves families in the Oyadao region of Ratanakiri, Cambodia. The school has been well supported thanks to the pupils and staff of UWC Atlantic College, UK.
UWS Ka Narng Ket School opened in October 2014, with 3 classrooms, solar power, a well, toilets and a teacher house. The school is partnered wit St Christopher’s School, Bahrain.
UWS Saing Khun School, in Myanmar, will be our 21st community school, serving around 150 children.
UWS O Tabok School in Cambodia opened in October 2014 supported by Fitzwilliam College
The first UWS school, Korng Nork was built and opened in 2008 with support from the Howarth family and their friends. To this day, the school’s running costs are sponsored by friends of the family.
Opened in 2011 in the Andoung Meas region of Ratanakiri, UWS Kah School serves families of the Kachock tribe, one of the smaller groups in the area. Partnered with West Island School, Hong Kong