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  • Rice Rewards

    It has been 8 months since our direct response to the pandemic prompted the distribution of monthly emergency relief packages; a critical lifeline for so many families. As government schools began to reopen in stages, we made the decision to re-evaluate the distribution protocol to further ensure and monitor that their children’s education is being prioritised by all guardians.
  • Collaboration is key.

             At REACH, we firmly believe that collaboration is key. By connecting with like-minded organisations, with strong values and parallel goal...
  • Sponsor a youth on our Side by Side ride… we only have 15 places left to fill!

    With our upcoming Side by Side ride and newly established REACH Riders Club, we are very proud to introduce to you our newest team member: bike mec...
  • 6 Month Reflection

    “The possibilities are numerous when we decide to act, not react.” - GEORGE BERNARD SHAW From the moment our gates shut in March due to Covid res...
  • Laleh Mohmedi of @jacobs_food_diaries partners with ‘REACH Siem Reap’ to help feed hungry kids in Cambodia.

    @Jacobs_food_diaries is endorsing REACH Siem Reap; help Laleh feed kids in Cambodia!

    With a passion for nutrition and the wellbeing of children around the world, Laleh is proudly partnering with REACH; she wants to help us feed our disadvantaged kids and families while promoting our cause far and wide.
  • The importance of youth empowerment.

    “Modern day slavery” constitutes of individuals being bought, forced or coerced into exploitative labour under false premises. Cambodia is ranked 9th out of 167 countries on the Global Slavery Index. As you are reading this, approximately 260, 000 Cambodians that were living in poverty have recently been sold lies of a promising future by traffickers, before being trafficked both within and across borders. At this moment in time, approximately 260, 000 Cambodians are being forced to work in abhorrent environments for little to no pay or to debt bondages. At this exact second, thousands of them are trapped indefinitely at sea on fishing boats, working 20 hours a day, unknowing of the next time their feet will touch land.

    Even more shockingly, many of them are under the age of 16 years old.

  • Introducing the REACH Repairs Shop

    Traveling around the dusty roads in Cambodia, you are sure to encounter a fusion of noise, traffic and “organised” chaos. It consists of the more p...
  • Video Update from Joe & Emily

    In hindsight, we should have sent out this video blog on the same day we launched our match grant campaign, but we never expected that the support...
  • Focusing on our families...

    With so much sadness and desperation surrounding us, our team think it’s important to stop and take a moment to reflect on all the good that we are doing. With your help, we are keeping each of these beautiful families fed and supported...
  • Our home visits and the sad reality of urban poverty in Siem Reap.

    In February 2020, prior to the school’s opening, our team carried out a stringent process to identify and enrol over 200 impoverished students into our programs at REACH. Our team of social workers conducted house visits on prospective beneficiaries within the urban poor community surrounding our school.
  • Ride through the year with us...

    It’s been one month since my last blog, and as I sit in the comfort of my apartment, where I have been busy working on program development while social distancing, I wonder how each and every one of you are doing in this devastating and confusing time.

    I call it the COVID-19 limbo, an extraordinary and strange time, where each and every person in the world is going through the motions of grief. All of our individual struggles vary greatly, but one thing we all share, is fear of the unknown.


    In this fast-changing, uncertain and devastating climate, it has taken some time for us to come to terms with this daunting situation. We’d now li...