We focus on giving our students the tools they need to succeed in today's world. We focus on supplementary and non-traditional education in English and Khmer to help them reach their goals
Many Cambodian children drop out school because of poor grades and performance. This is often because their families are living in poor conditions and have very low or no level of education.
There are also many street children (those who collect rubbish on the streets).
To combat these problems, we designed a special Street Children Rehabilitation Project (SCRP) where the goal is to give these children the tools they need to grow up and lead prosperous lives. This program invites children to come from families living in poverty, and street children.
Members are also involved in creating new connections with relevant NGO's for further services and support. So far, we sustain our work through only local English student volunteers and international volunteers.
This is a local non-profit, non-political and non-governmental organization. It was established in late 2011 by a group of educated Cambodians who wanted to give back.
The volunteers will learn about the living conditions of local people,Cambodian culture and behavior, Have fun learning to cook Khmer foods and dessert, learning Khmer language and gain valuable an enjoyable teaching experience with wonderful Khmer kids. We are a supportive and friendly school who will help to make your experience a positive and enjoyable one.
This project could involve children. For more information see our guidelines and tips here.
Volunteers are asked to teach a maximum of 4 hours per day, Monday-Friday, and between 8:00am - 11:00 or 2:00pm - 8:00pm night. It's an optional time.
Currently, we have total 205 students learning English in full and part-time at different times. Most of them are ages 2 to 6 years old. However , there are also kids of 10 -15 years old learning at the school.
If the volunteers prefer to stay at our office, we offer FREE accommodation consisting of a room and a bathroom, and 3 meals a day. In addition, we can also arrange a home stay directly with the local community where you can have a valuable experience with local Cambodian people.
Otherwise, if you want to stay in hotel/guesthouse we require you to be responsible for yourself for any expenses such as accommodation, meals, and local transportation fees. We will help and support you with booking and reservation services from airport to your lodge.
During the time off, they can visit the sites of Phnom Penh such as the Royal Palace , Russian Market and Museums. You can also visit urban Phnom Penh city to see the living conditions of the poor people here or to provinces with our Khmer volunteers. We will support you and advise you about any of these visits.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week
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