Cambodia2020-10-22T16:43:30-04:00

Cambodia

Serving Phnom Penh since 2019.

Cambodia

Serving Phnom Penh since 2019.

Cambodia

Serving Phnom Penh since 2019.

Cambodia

173 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in September of 2019, our Learning & Mentoring Center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia serves a community that is in great need. According to the World Bank, around 4.5 million people in Cambodia live at or near the poverty line. That’s approximately 35% of the country’s population.

When we first opened our doors in Cambodia, 84 students registered in courses covering English, basic computer skills, graphic design, sales/customer service, and personal leadership. Courses are given daily over a 15-week period, with three semesters annually.

Upon graduation, students that complete the program will have greater opportunities for job placement and business creation. They will also have a better understanding of how to decrease personal consumer debt while increasing self-reliance.

We are eternally grateful for the support of Matt and Allison Smith for helping fund the Learning & Mentoring Center in Cambodia. They have supported an orphanage in this region for several years. Now, this Learning & Mentoring Center will help parents and young adults further their opportunities for employment and business growth.

Read below to learn more about the amazing impact being made in Cambodia.

Cambodia

173 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in September of 2019, our Learning & Mentoring Center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia serves a community that is in great need. According to the World Bank, around 4.5 million people in Cambodia live at or near the poverty line. That’s approximately 35% of the country’s population.

When we first opened our doors in Cambodia, 84 students registered in courses covering English, basic computer skills, graphic design, sales/customer service, and personal leadership. Courses are given daily over a 15-week period, with three semesters annually.

Upon graduation, students that complete the program will have greater opportunities for job placement and business creation. They will also have a better understanding of how to decrease personal consumer debt while increasing self-reliance.

We are eternally grateful for the support of Matt and Allison Smith for helping fund the Learning & Mentoring Center in Cambodia. They have supported an orphanage in this region for several years. Now, this Learning & Mentoring Center will help parents and young adults further their opportunities for employment and business growth.

Read below to learn more about the amazing impact being made in Cambodia.

Cambodia

173 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in September of 2019, our Learning & Mentoring Center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia serves a community that is in great need. According to the World Bank, around 4.5 million people in Cambodia live at or near the poverty line. That’s approximately 35% of the country’s population.

When we first opened our doors in Cambodia, 84 students registered in courses covering English, basic computer skills, graphic design, sales/customer service, and personal leadership. Courses are given daily over a 15-week period, with three semesters annually.

Upon graduation, students that complete the program will have greater opportunities for job placement and business creation. They will also have a better understanding of how to decrease personal consumer debt while increasing self-reliance.

We are eternally grateful for the support of Matt and Allison Smith for helping fund the Learning & Mentoring Center in Cambodia. They have supported an orphanage in this region for several years. Now, this Learning & Mentoring Center will help parents and young adults further their opportunities for employment and business growth.

Read below to learn more about the amazing impact being made in Cambodia.

Cambodia

Learning and Mentoring Center
in Phnom Penh

At our Learning and Mentoring Center, students can receive business and vocational training in:

Entrepreneurial Training

Graphic Design

English

Sales/Customer Service

Computer Skills

Personal Leadership

Students pay for their classes by performing 40 hours of approved community service. In 2020, there were 51 vocational training graduates that performed a combined total of 2,040 hours of community service in Cambodia.

Cambodia

Learning and Mentoring Center
in Phnom Penh

At our Learning and Mentoring Center, students can receive business and vocational training in:

Entrepreneurial Training

Graphic Design

English

Sales/Customer Service

Computer Skills

Personal Leadership

Students pay for their classes by performing 40 hours of approved community service. In 2020, there were 51 vocational training graduates that performed a combined total of 2,040 hours of community service in Cambodia.

Cambodia

Learning and Mentoring Center  in Phnom Penh

At our Learning and Mentoring Center, students can receive business and vocational training in:

Entrepreneurial Training

Graphic Design

English

Sales/Customer Service

Computer Skills

Personal Leadership

Students pay for their classes by performing 40 hours of approved community service. In 2020, there were 51 vocational training graduates that performed a combined total of 2,040 hours of community service in Cambodia.

Local Leadership

Local Leadership

Executive Director

Chamroeun Kang

Chameron Kang is the director of our Learning and Mentoring Center in Cambodia. He was instrumental is helping this center open in 2019. Previously Chameron worked for the Cambodian Children’s Fund as one of their program managers. He has a Bachelor’s degree in English and International Relations from Norton University. Chameron is very excited to help his community grow and become more self-reliant through the programs and mentoring that we provide.

Executive Director

Chamroeun Kang

Chameron Kang is the director of our Learning and Mentoring Center in Cambodia. He was instrumental is helping this center open in 2019. Previously Chameron worked for the Cambodian Children’s Fund as one of their program managers. He has a Bachelor’s degree in English and International Relations from Norton University. Chameron is very excited to help his community grow and become more self-reliant through the programs and mentoring that we provide.

Executive Director

Chamroeun Kang

Chameron Kang is the director of our Learning and Mentoring Center in Cambodia. He was instrumental is helping this center open in 2019. Previously Chameron worked for the Cambodian Children’s Fund as one of their program managers. He has a Bachelor’s degree in English and International Relations from Norton University. Chameron is very excited to help his community grow and become more self-reliant through the programs and mentoring that we provide.

2020 Impact in Cambodia

Success Stories from Cambodia

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2020 Impact in Cambodia

160

Mentored

individuals

51

Graduates

from our programs

2,040

Hours of Service

were performed

26%

average Increase

in income

33%

Average Increase

in personal savings

100%

Average Decrease

in personal consumer debt

Success Stories from Cambodia

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