Showing posts from 2016

Sustainable Cambodia Achievement 2016

At this approaching year-end, we want to thank you for what you have helped make happen in 2016. Your ongoing support changes lives in wonderful ways. Here are some examples from 2016's achievements:
1. Education Program Grade School: Provided supplementary classes including English, Math, Khmer and Computer in 9 schools for 2,162 students.University Scholarship: Provided university scholarships to 106 students from the rural villages.Village Schools: Provided preschools for 178 village children. 2. Community Development Program Self-Help Groups: Formed 99 Self-Help groups.Agriculture Projects: Provided vegetable seeds and tools to 171 village families.Animal Pass-on Project: Passed on Cows, Buffalo and Chickens to 288 village families. WASH Project: provided 25 Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting tanks, 28 biosand filters, 90 latrines and 10 additional water wells. Give a Village Gift

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Meet with ours new Donor, Efrei Aides Humanitarians

We were very excited that a group of students from Paris spent their time to visit us on campus and bring 12 computers and educational software to Cambodia. We are very grateful to honor our supporters, who spent their time and their own funds during a short holiday, to make these donations to our students in Sustainable Cambodia. They have helped equip technology to our schools. This is a wonderful step as computers and technology are becoming more and more important in Cambodian society, and students will be able to fulfill many job positions by knowing computer literacy.

Efrei Aides Humanitarians (EAH), designed around six core values, the teaching allows to train future engineers in computer multivariate: scientists of all, passionate about new technologies and then makes constant a new look within companies. Indeed, beyond its strategic positioning in computer and digital technology, the school is distinguished in shares allocated to general education (communication, general knowl…

A Special Message from SC Volunteer Martin Benda

400 Kilometers… 5 Days of Running… 2 Men… 1 Goal! Our Volunteers Are Helping Sustainable Cambodia Raise Awareness and Funds
A Special Message from Sustainable Cambodia Volunteer Martin Benda - Hello Sustainable Cambodia family! Well, after two years, I am back… and planning yet another charity challenge! Some of you may remember that back in 2014 I decided to help Sustainable Cambodia raise awareness and funds by cycling 2000km from Singapore to Bangkok (newsletter download will start by clicking here). It was a great success! We raised funds whereby multiple projects were launched to improve school libraries, build school sheds and help poor families become more self-sufficient. My theme for that run was “Enable The Future Stars of Cambodia”.

My original inspiration for that run came from these powerful statistics: Between 2008 and 2012, pre-primary school participation was only 13.3%, and this percentage is as low as 1.5% in remote areas.Just 1.6% of Cambodia's GDP is spent on educa…

Meet our Partner: East-West Center

We are so proud to have such a wonderful partnership with East-West Center who have been helping Sustainable Cambodia's on its mission for quite a while.

East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people of the United States, Asia, and the Pacific through cooperative study, research, and dialogue. The Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options. The Center is an independent, public, non-profit organization with funding from the U.S. government, and additional support provided by private agencies, individuals, foundations, corporations, and governments in the region.
At Sustainable Cambodia we welcomed six East-West Center Fellows last month, who conducted training courses for SC's students and staff. 

Here is a brief summary of the sessions we had: 

"Making a Future Workshop": SC's students part…