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Squire and Partners and SAWA build community agriculture school in Cambodia
by Tom Ravenscroft
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9 February 2019
On 9 February 2019 Dezeen reported:
Advanced farming techniques will be taught to 50 students at a time in the Agriculture Technology Centre, designed by Squire and Partners and SAWA in Krong Samraong, Cambodia. The school, which is built from locally sourced materials including mud bricks, cassava render, and bamboo screens, will provide further learning for students from a network of 40 primary schools established by the Green Shoots Foundation.
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