Rith from the Rotary Club of Battambang Cambodia explained their plans for a RI Global Grant to refurbish a school, provide training for teachers for an early learning centre for children with intellectual learning challenges.
The school building is in disrepair and will be upgraded.  Below is a picture of the current school and a projection of what the upgrade will look like.
The details of the global grant are below as well as a bit of information about the Battambang club
 The objectives of the global grants are :
 A) support the training of trainers serves to  establish a sustainable teaching cadre at PTD Learning Center that can be depended upon to carry forward innovation approaches to teach children with special need, Khmer and English, life-skills, and nutrition education. For this community, the teachers who receive the benefit of training can be expected for expanding the knowledge into the surrounding community and continue to train next generation who interested to be teachers at PTD Learning Center.
 B) to support the refurbishment of the old classroom that has been built since 2000 to ensure it will provide the safe learning environment for children.
Battambang "Lost Stick"  is a province of Cambodia in the far northwest of the country. It’s bordering by Banteay Meanchey province (to the north), Pursat Province (to the east and south), Siem Reap Province (to the northeast), and Pailin Province (to the west). The northern and southern extremes of the province's western boundaries form part of the international border with Thailand. 
In land area, Battambang is the fifth largest province of Cambodia. Battambang is one of the provinces included in the Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve. 
The province's fertile rice fields have led to a mostly agricultural economy giving rise to the moniker "the rice bowl of Cambodia". The province features a range of cultures as well as natural resources. Seventy five percent of the area is jungles and mountains. The area has a tropical climate.
Among things the club has done are rural school renovations and clean water projects.