Helping Communities in North-West Cambodia
Charity Number 1160483
Every penny goes where it’s needed. No administration costs.
Our independent, Norfolk-based charity is run by volunteer Trustees and makes a point of taking no administrative costs out of charity donations, so every penny reaches those who need it most.
What We do
We provide help for economically and socially disadvantaged communities in North-West Cambodia. Completed projects include:
- borewells and toilets for rural comunities
- baby milk & rice feeding programmes
- bicycles for children to get to school
- community buildings & school uniform
- basic toiletries and stationery
- Family & Community water filters
[in partnership with www.grifaid.org.uk]
North-West Cambodia is largely rural and covers the provinces of Oddar/Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Pursat, Kompong Chhnang and Siem Reap. It is regarded as the poorest part of Cambodia.
Many people live in remote villages with no access to services such as electricity or water and the main occupations are fishing and rice farming. Basic education is generally poor and attendance optional. 75% of people are under 35 years old.