I spent two months during the summer of 2012 in Cambodia conducting research for my senior Anthropology Thesis and International Development Capstone. The purpose was to investigate mosquito-net usage and health education awareness. The Ford and Kellogg Foundations sponsored my voyage and research in country, while International Relief and Development (IRD) hosted my stay in Kampong Chhnang Province. Through a generous donation from Somitomo arranged by the Mentor Initiative, IRD distributed 3,000 insecticide-treated mosquito nets to mothers with children under five in hopes of lowering rates of mosquito-borne disease and anemia. The more time I spent in Cambodia, I realized how much aid, influence and education NGOs can provide in rural Cambodia, especially in terms of improving quality of health. The research conducted is contributing to my international development studies minor and an anthropology thesis. Discussion of what I experienced and learned there can be found throughout this site.