Post-genocide conflict, the Cambodian economy is growing, but sadly, with it grows the socio-economic gap between the rich and the poor. As the minority get wealthier, the majority of families living in dire poverty are being left behind. These families are living without access to basic human needs, are surviving hand-to-mouth and without proper education are succumbing to exploitative inhumane labor, prostitution and modern-day slavery
The need for support goes beyond teaching English to a child, our beneficiaries require all-rounded aid, which focus’ not only on the development of a child’s education, but also in supporting the day-to-day survival of their families. Through our integrated program offerings, we aim to ensure that the needs of each child and their family are met, so that they can effectively break free from poverty, in a productive and lasting way.