Social worker auxiliary Social worker auxiliary Siem Reap , Cambodia Anjali House Cambodia
Anjali house is looking for someone who will be able to assist our Social Worker
Teaching English to the youngst Siem Reap , Cambodia Anjali House Cambodia
Teaching English to children, assist our teachers in running class and lead creative workshops.
Young Adult class assistant Siem Reap , Cambodia Anjali House Cambodia
Anjali House is looking for a Young Adult Program Assistant volunteer to assist and support our Young Adult Program Coordinator.
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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Project Details

Anjali House is an educational center which supports underprivileged children through education, Health care and the Arts.

Anjali House is an NGO based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. We support 120 children, ranging age from 5 up until 19. Our 4 programs are: 

  1. Basic Care: We provide two nutritious meals per day for the students, as well as unlimited clean drinking water. They also have access to a shower and hygiene supplies. 

  2. Education: We provide classes in English, Khmer, Computer skills, General studies, creative workshops, Gardening.. Ours teachers are Khmer, supported by international volunteers. 

  3. Family Support: Our social worker pays regular home visits to the students’ families. Anjali provides emergency medical care, as well as vital trainings for parents (health, violence, parenting skills, etc...)

Young Adult Program: Anjali provides support and development in skills for our Young Adults. This includes career orientation classes, internships, life skills, and access to university/vocational training

Anjali House is an organization anchored locally with Khmer teachers including a female Khmer Director. It is a transparent organization which runs a professional audit of its finances every year.
The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
Contact Person
Armelle DUFOUR
Spoken Languages

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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