Activity Report

The earth road has changed to Laterite pavement    Bosampor village

Jun 28, 2018

The 1.2 Km length earth road at Bosampor village, Battambang Province, the Kingdom of Cambodia where post landmine field and Good Earth Japan (GEJ) extend the support has changed to Laterite pavement for improving the hardness and drainage.
When the completion check, GEJ representative encountered a couple of road shoulders were incomplete. He asked to the contractor to take immediate measure for it and the failed parts were recovered.

As it was earth road before, the road had become very muddy causing farmers face difficulties to pass it when it was rain.
Now farmers and their children are very pleased to the improvement of road for living, working and commuting to school etc., and expressed the sincere thank to GEJ.
GEJ thank its members and contributors.

GEJ support farmers who live on the post minefield to become independent through agriculture training, improving living environment, and also improvement of infrastructure.
The solid Laterite pavement

During the construction work. Laterite was brought in too. (From end of May to early June)

Before the construction work started. Due to the earth road, it became muddy easily
when rained.