On this trip, I brought coloring books and crayons to donate at a public primary school in Phnom Penh. Even though it's a public school, education is not free in Cambodia and parents still have to pay for their child to attend school. Very poor families can only afford to put their children into elementary school and after that they end up dropping out and finding employment to help support their family. The classroom was very small and there were no tables. The children used their laps to write and color on. Even the playground in the courtyard looked rather unsafe to use. It's definitely a very humbling experience.