Teaching English to the youngst Communication and fundraising assistant Siem Reap , Cambodia Anjali House Cambodia
Anjali house is looking for someone who will be able to work on the visibility of the organization through the social media.
Garden assistant Siem Reap , Cambodia Anjali House Cambodia
Anjali House is looking for a volunteer gardener to assist our full-time Garden volunteer in a sustainable vegetable garden. The garden is 1 acre of cultivated land.
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Teaching English to children, assist our coaches in running class and lead creative workshops.
Community Development Support Siem Reap , Cambodia Anjali House Cambodia
Anjali House has the aim to work not only with the children but also with the community they come from.
Future Leaders Class Assistant Siem Reap , Cambodia Anjali House Cambodia
Our Future Leaders students attend supplementary classes at Anjali to guide them after finishing high school and to help them to develop as blooming grown-ups

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Project Details

Anjali is a community learning center in Siem Reap, that serves 200 students and their families through our Young Explorers, Future Leaders, and Active Community programs

OUR MISSION
By providing experiential learning, supplementary skills training, and scholarships, we support our children and their community to commit to education and make positive decisions about their futures.

OUR WORK
Anjali is a community learning center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, that serves over 200 students and their families through our Young Explorers, Future Leaders, and Active Communities programs. Our vision is that students from low-income families are empowered to access higher education and become leaders in our community.

We believe that no child should be forced to beg or work, and that they have the right to enjoy their childhood – to learn, play, make friends, and grow in a safe and happy environment. These are basic rights that no child should be denied. Our ultimate goal is to see the students we support develop into healthy, well-adjusted adults, equipped with the skills they need to enter the workforce, continue their education, and succeed in their future endeavors.

Our work is divided into three main programs:
  • Young Explorers (ages 4 - 13): We believe that every child’s journey toward a better future begins with access to education. We support all of our children and young adults to attend local Khmer public schools, which provide classes for half a day. Students come to Anjali for the other half of the day for supplementary learning in English, computer skills, arts, gardening, sports, and more.

  • Future Leaders (ages 14 and older): We strive to give young adults the skills they need to become successful, independent adults. To prepare these young leaders to continue education after high school or find gainful employment, we provide IT/computer classes, English classes, and soft and hard skills workshops. We support our students through career counseling and job searches, and provide scholarships for both high school tutoring and university or vocational training programs.

  • Active Communities: We know that for our children to succeed, they need to have the support of strong families and communities. Our social worker runs workshops and home visits on topics like parenting skills, mental health, and domestic violence. We support the wider community through community service, a community library, community English classes, and collaboration with local schools and government.
The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
2007
Contact Person
Armelle DUFOUR
Spoken Languages
English

Social Impact

"We believe that no child should be forced to beg or work. We believe that they have the right to enjoy their childhood - to learn, play, make friends and grow in a safe and happy environment. 
These are basic rights that no child should be denied."
Pursued Sustainable Development Goals

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