December 3, 2017
Caring for Cambodia works hand in hand with local communities to change lives through education. Join our efforts to train teachers, fund classroom supplies, maintain and upgrade facilities, and provide nutritious meals, bicycles, uniforms, and basic health care to the children of Cambodia.Learn More
At Caring for Cambodia we believe education is the key to a successful future. By investing in this generation of children, we are helping to re-build a nation - one child at a time.Learn More
Children in Cambodia are desperate to learn their way out of poverty, but to come to school they need to be healthy. Read about our Health and Dental programs to discover the three key elements we have identified that have dramatically decreased absenteeism in our schools.Learn More
A non-profit, non-governmental, charitable organization committed to ensuring a high-quality education for 6,400 children in Siem Reap, Cambodia. We train their teachers, provide clean, child-friendly classrooms, and the essentials for their health and welfare.
Effective teachers are at the heart of thriving schools.
We are committed to shaping empowered, devoted teachers through mentoring and intensive training. What began as a pilot project between primary school teachers in 2004 is now a robust, enduring partnership that supports every teacher at the CFC schools. Our methods are sustainable and replicable, positioning our teachers as agents of change in Cambodian education.
Service to a just cause rewards the worker with more real happiness and satisfaction than any other venture of life.
This unique home-based teaching concept benefits both mothers and preschool-aged children.
While the young children learn to count, color and explore play, our preschool coordinator and her staff also instruct their mothers about health and hygiene, nutrition and child development. The number of mothers attending these classes has soared ten-fold since launch.
Empowering Cambodian Mothers to take a lead in the education of their pre-school children.
We provide opportunities that prepare students for life beyond the classroom.
It is crucial to equip our students with important life skills so that they can improve their economic situations and become active, productive members of their community.
Helping our students to learn the skills they need to survive today, and life lessons they will need for the future.
In an area where most of the population survives on less than $1USD/day, many families simply cannot afford to feed every child.
The Food For Thought program ensures that students attending Caring for Cambodia schools have at least two meals per day. This increases attendance, decreases illness, and ensures our students can concentrate in the classroom.
Two healthy, balanced meals every day, so our students can think about learning, not about hunger.
We can't educate a child who is hungry or sick.
Good health begins with clean water, clean hands and clean teeth. Our curriculum teaches habits at an early age that lead to long-term health and wellness for our students, their families, and the community. From lessons on oral hygiene to hand washing, small changes can make a big difference.
Seeing our Cambodian partners, first shy, then curious, then fully engaged, and then taking ownership. To me, that is the best part of this work.
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Toothbrushes / Year
Bicycles / Year
Staff Salaries paid monthly
Large Scale Water Filtration Systems
Volunteer service projects completed yearly
Pairs of Glasses Supplied
Cambodian MOE teacher trainers on staff
Vision Screening Tests Completed
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the Amelio School