In November of 2009 we had the opportunity to provide bicycles and school supplies for school children living in a displaced community outside of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. On December 12-14, 2009 the entire community was re-evicted to a site even further away from the city. Over 400 families packed their belongings when they could and traveled to the 4x6m plots of land that would be their new homes. The new location lacks the basic infrastructure needed to live. The community does not have access to clean water, sanitation or food. Only 57 children are able to go to school, which is now located even further from their home. Asia Prevention Director, Glenn Miles PhD continues to work with our partner organizations to help find solutions to the communities many needs. We have helped the community to build a small bamboo informal school for children who need extra help to get into the public school.