echerlin at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 15:01:29 EDT 2009
You can probably buy five XOs on eBay. OLPC is not set up to provide
fewer than 10,000 at a time.
However, you should also contact local OLPC organizations and schools,
and those working with them. Here are a few links to get you started.
I was for a time the localization administrator for Cambodian Khmer.
Could you please not use your Merrill Lynch business warning on
private mails? It's a bit much for this kind of discussion.
But since you are with Merrill Lynch, would you have any interest in
helping with a microfinance project to help OLPC communities get into
IT businesses and e-commerce? The idea is to use new business
opportunities to fund infrastructure development, starting with
Internet and renewable electricity in villages. If you are interested
I can send you much more information on how to end poverty at a
On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 11:37 PM, Barros, Tyler (Hong Kong)
<Tyler_Barros at ml.com> wrote:
> Dear Sir/Madame:
> I currently live in Hong Kong. I traveled to Siem Reap last week on my first
> holiday to Cambodia which was awesome. I visited Ankar Wat temples which
> were truly amazing followed up by a trip to the floating town and lake area.
> I was sooo moved and inspired by the spirit and resiliency of the Cambodian
> People. I asked my tour guide if there were any orphanages in the area and
> he brought me to Poor, Street Children and Orphans Training Center. (Nation
> Road. 6A Group 18, Spean Ka Eik Village, Kandek Commune, Prasat Bakong
> District, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia) When I saw the Hong Kong Flag flying
> outside I knew that this was the place were I was supposed to be when the
> children came running out to greet me.
> I was very saddened with all of the suffering and hardships that the
> Cambodian People have endured and believe that with your organization
> helping these orphans they will honestly get a much needed break in life.
> And I would like to help these children to give them all of the tools that
> they'll need to succeed. Now would it be possible to send 5 laptops to a
> specific orphanage in Cambodia? Thank you in advance for your time and
> Best regards
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