August 27, 2012
My life path has been cross with PEPY family in the early 2008. We were connected through a green transportation; bicycle. After took a group of PEPY riders to my hometown, I learnt what PEPY was standing for; Protect the Earth Protect Yourself. It goes a long very well with my personal belief. Later on, I become more interested to learn more about the organization. Then, late 2009, I become a three months volunteer. I learned so much from the being there. I then become a staff in education program. End up working there for more than 2 years. I did not realize what I learned. I just knew that i know so many new things. Until I started my own startup in Phnom Penh in the late 2011, I realized the lessons I learn at PEPY every time I face the difficulty. I reminded me how the leadership at PEPY work and how I should approach my problem. I droped out after two years in college, two year later I work and volunteer and work at PEPY, I feel like it was my university for me. Thanks so much PEPY Family. If there was not you, I might be someone who join the force with some money lover guys and maybe had done so many bad thing for this country and the world. -Rithy Thul
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