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caring for cambodia



Caring for Cambodia is a very important charity responsible for many programs designed to improve the quality of life in Cambodia.
As the charity themselves say “building a brighter future one child at a time”

“Cambodia is a country, deeply scarred by mass genocide, committed by the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979, a tragedy that killed an estimated 1.7 million people. Targeted in the genocide were the countries educated class and its professionals, leaving the nation and future generations with few role models as its people worked first to survive and then to rebuild.”

CFC’s mission is:

“Caring for Cambodia is educating a generation of Cambodian children today, to make a difference for Cambodia’s tomorrow. Our schools are safe modern and technologically equipped. We train teachers, provide tools, and remove barriers to learning. We build Cambodian leadership to guide and sustain the schools, so that generations of CFC graduates can reach their highest potential and make valuable contributions to their community.

Education is one of the pillars supporting this regeneration. As education is very dear to my heart, when given the opportunity to accompany Tanglin Trust School teachers and document a brief moment in the ongoing “Agents of Change” initiative which focuses on teacher training and raising standards in education. I jumped at the chance.

Click here for more information on all the amazing work taking place.

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