Despite being partially paralysed by childhood polio, Chay Thida loves to swim.
The Cambodian-founded Organisation for Basic Training (OBT) has been expanding its potential for self-sustainability and is now 70 to 80 per cent self-funded, with only the small remainder of its operating budget coming from external sources.
Saing Sokchea, founder of the NGO Advanced Centre for Empowerment (ACE), was born and raised in Kampong Thom, but in the late 1990s and early 2000s he migrated to Phnom Penh to pursue his studies because there were no higher education opportunities available in his home province.
Situated in Wat Kor commune’s Kampong Seima village of Battambang province’s Battambang town, the NGO Buddhism for Education of Cambodia (BEC) has been carrying out its mission of spreading Buddhist knowledge to the Cambodian people for the past decade in order to promote good morals
The “Social Enterprise CoCo de Takeo centre” known as “CoCo de Takeo” is a programme run by the Apostolic Vicariate of Phnom Penh, founded by Bishop Olivier Schmitthaeusler.
Vanna Yet's two children have been studying primary school at the Together for Children and the Elderly Organisation (TCEO), but her eldest son now continuing his secondary education at a public school at Grade 8.
iLEAD International School is a social enterprise that provides education to children in kindergarten and primary school, with both national and international curricula.
Launched from the kind hearts of Hiratsuka Niki and Miguel Jeronimo, the What’s Your Gold? exhibition supports women and girls rescued from sex trafficking, through art therapy.
After living through the brutal rule of the Khmer Rouge – where schools were abolished and many of the Kingdom’s teachers and intellectuals killed – Ly Ponheary understands the importance of education.
Mental disabilities are not diseases that can be completely cured by medication or an operation.