What is a Child Sponsorship ?
Is one on one support system from a sponsor to a sponsored child. Good Neighbors International Child Sponsorship aims to support sponsored children to fulfill their basic needs and provide sustainable development in communities where sponsored children live.

1.Share your sector program’s outcome & outputs

Outcome 1.1:  Increase the quality of Sponsorship Services Operations

Output 1.1.1:  Strengthen the participation of key partners , RCs and their families for their understanding on sponsorship program’s benefits and requirements

Output 1.1.2:  Increase GML service to meet standard which given from GNC

Output 1.1.3:  Increase the quality in communication between RCs and families and sponsors

Outcome 2.2:  Increase the sponsorship service monitoring on the RCs’ families living condition to be improved

Output 2.2.1:  Increase the number of community people/ group involved in RCs monitoring

Output 2.2.2:  Strengthen RCs’ monitoring and follow up according to child sponsorship guidelines


New Child Intake (NCI)
A newly registered child, followed by the supply plan of Child Sponsorship for each field country, to connect with a sponsor. It is generally recognized by many sponsors that their sponsored child is not just someone whom they support, but a member of their family like their own child or sibling. The New Child Introduction Card is the first step that sponsors and their sponsored child meet each other. Many sponsors cherish the New Child Information Card and compare the level of growth and development from that New Child Information Card when they get the Annual Report of child. In addition, sponsors grow attached to their sponsored children and get to have confidence in the organization through the New Child Introduction Card.


Annual Child Letter (ACL)

Is the service provided annually to sponsors, through which sponsors receive letters and pictures directly from children, strengthening the bonds between them? In this way, the ACL is the pathway though which sponsors can get emotional satisfaction, leading to continuous sponsor and future letter exchanges or gift money.

During the event, sponsorship staffs have collaborated with local authority and relevant key partners to inform, gather and facilitate the ACL event with the sponsored children on letter writing or/and hand drawing as deliver the gratitude and personal message to their sponsors.

“Dear my sponsor,

How have you been? For me, I am pretty well. I am glad to write you a letter and let you know that I do cherish your support to me and other children in my country because your support could help me and poor children to be able to attend school. Moreover, I do cherish study materials you supported me so far. Through your support, I and my villagers realize the importance of sharing love and unity. Finally, I would love to thank you and wish you have a good health all the time.”



Annual Progress Report (APR)
Is the report to inform sponsors about changes, growth, and development of their sponsored children periodically (Once a year)? Through the report, sponsors eager to know if there are changes in live of the child from their support such as whether the children are growing healthy, live with dream and work hard for their future. Precise and timely reports are essential since positive result improve credibility and loyalty toward the organization and encourage consistent support from sponsors. The sponsored children can be the agent of transformation in which they are able to report to the sponsor about their progress having been happened in the community or their family or themselves.


Gift Money & Gift Letter (GML)
The Gift Money and Letter is a personal gift or letter from the sponsors to the registered child/children (RC), their families and community and/or project. It should be contributed to RC and family upon the specific needs within the projects implementation. The support is made by cash and delivered in the form of materials based on sponsor’s interest or the child’s need/want. Through the gift money and letters, sponsors can fulfill their wants for direct supports and reinforce a sense of closeness and bonds between the sponsor-sponsored children.


Child Drop-out is when he/she is not accessible for the sponsorship due to the reasons; he/she will be dropped out from the project site and accordingly reported to Head Office.

Home Visit is valuable in building respectful relationships with children and parents and in developing a broad understanding of every child in the program. The visits enhance child’s knowledge and understanding of the developmental progress of their child. A minimum of four home visits will be conducted in the family’s home of every sponsored child (SC).


Our child sponsorship programs are:

  • Child-Focused

Aiming to assure the sustained well-being of the vulnerable children physical, emotional/mental, and social development.

  • Community-Based

To support community people in the target projects to overcome the root cause against the improvement of their living condition

and empower them to see every challenges as an opportunity.

Child Well Being Indicators

We measure child well-being in our sponsorship communities by monitoring these four indicators and outcomes. Our goal is that all children should:

1. Basic Health Service Accessibility

Children and families are well oriented on the basic health service and practice. For children, the aiming is to reduce the high percentage of malnutrition and being underweight.

2. Educational Enrollment

Parents/guardians of the children acknowledge and value the potential of sending their children to school within the school age determined by the concern ministry. Through education, children can shape their dream, plan for their future and equip themselves with the quality characteristic to obtain a standardize profession.

3. Safety Assurance

Children are being care and protected through Community Child Protection System (CCPS) to make sure the four basic child rights wholly taken by children, their parents and community people. Children are safe guaranteed and flourished inside and outside their living zone.

4. Community Transformation

GNC empowers children, families, and community people to access to necessary knowledge and resources and to improve quality of living and children’s well-being.


》Good Neighbors supports education for children who suffer from poverty, child labor, and discrimination.

  • Improvement of education governance (key partners)
  • Early Childhood/Primary/Secondary Education
  • School Accountability Box
  • Eradication of Illiteracy
  • Vocational Training/library
  • After class
  • Scholarship


  • Education Facilities Construction (Daycare Centre, MOM centre, community pre-school)
  • Child & Youth Group/Club
  • Community Child Protection System (CCPS)


》 Good Neighbors strives to improve the living conditions of children and communities by providing medical services; education on the prevention of disease; and nutritious meals.

  • Basic Nutrition (Feeding Program, ANC, PNC, BFCI etc.)
  • Basic Health Services (Medical Check-up, dental health and treatment etc.)
  • Health Awareness Education
  • Hospital & Clinic Construction, Mobile Clinic, etc.
  • Child Health Support/Insurance (CHS)
  • Improvement of HC service
  • Strengthen capacity of Village Health Support Group/HC management Committee
  • Health Checkup for children

Water & Sanitaion

》Good Neighbors builds wells and sanitation facilities in a durable way
in order to provide easy access to safe drinking water and to fight waterborne diseases.

I.Basic Drinking Water (Well, Water Purifier, water station etc.)

II.Basic Sanitation (Toilet installation, Hygiene Kit Distribution, etc.)

III.Waste Management & Disposal

IV.Water Supply & Sanitation Large-Scaled System

V.Education on Public Sanitation, etc.

VI.Community and School WASH (SC WASH)


VI.Community and School WASH (SC WASH)

  • Good School WASH Project

Our strategy:
For smooth Good School WASH implementation and long term sustainability of outcomes, project have cooperates with four main groups of stakeholders:

The insufficient WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) facilities and security needs of school children and lead to a high risk of infections. This can affect children’s health and their ability to attend school, which can have a negative impact on their academic performance. Poor water quality as well as insufficient sanitation and hygiene practices are common issues in schools. In Cambodia, total schools across the country is 12,889, 85.9% of primary schools have latrines and 47.2% have hand washing facilities, 90% of target schools in the target areas are not WASH facility adequately and properly, 90% of children in target areas do not understand the six steps of hand washing and 34% of children and adults wash their hands properly at school (MoEYS 2016-2017)

Existing sanitation facilities and water supply is often in very poor condition or not functioning particularly in rural school.

In order to address these serious problems, Good Neighbors Cambodia has developed Good School WASH project to improve the Health, Hygiene & Sanitation situation in targeted of GNC. Direct beneficiaries approximately 7,290 students and children among 4 provinces and 1 urban to access Water, sanitation & hygiene at school and community in order to reach objective, Good School WASH project link with community development programs especially health & WASH sectors and following by school health department guideline. This project have three years period focus on social and technical aspects, we have plan to improve WASH infrastructures 45 schools, 45schools gardening and 45 schools plant trees also to build capacity school director, SSC and youth group leaders be able lead and facilitate the project good function.

Each school should work to develop adequate knowledge, attitudes and skills on hygiene through hygiene education and child participation. Improving hygiene behavior must go along with toilet construction and the provision of safe water and washing facilities in schools. Awareness on hygiene education, it’s a principle that new knowledge does not, by definition, translate into new practices. Therefore, WASH education seeks to instil hygiene practices into the realities of children’s daily lives, helping them acquire the knowledge of appropriate hygiene behaviors and the skills to use them and transform knowledge into practice.

Emergency Relief

Good Neighbors delivers immediate assistance and conducts long-term rehabilitation project Including distributing food and clean water; providing medical treatment and shelter; and supporting psycho-social support.

  • Food & Nutrition
  • Health & Medical treatment
  • Water & Sanitation, Hygiene
  • Shelter, Settlement & Non-Food Item

Income Generation

》Good Neighbors engages communities in agricultural training, micro-credit initiatives, etc. through programs for empowerment and ownership.

  • Agricultural Development and technique (vegetable and crop etc.)
  • Animal husbandry & Fish culture
  • Aquaculture
  • Agriculture Cooperatives and Self Help Group
  • Saving activities
  • Revolving Fund
  • Small & Medium Size Enterprise (SME) OperationInfrastructure and irrigation system


》 Good Neighbors works to promote human rights and provide better opportunities for all through campaigning.

  • Awareness Raising Campaign / annual forum / seminar
  • Mobile advocacy/Talent show/Forum Theater etc.
  • Social Development Education (Child Rights, Gender Equality , etc.)

Community Partnership and Networking Building

》 Good Neighbors responds to the needs of people in an efficient and strategic way through cooperation with local authorities, governments, etc.

  • Organizing / Facilitating Committee (CDC, SSC, CCPS, CHS, water station, CV, Child and youth group, battery charging station, IGG, AC etc.)
  • Local Leader Cultivation (training, reflection, exposure visit and networking)
  • CDC Annual Conference
  • Community Facilities Construction
  • Transforming the most vulnerable families
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Sharing Light, Sharing Life
Sharing affordable clean energy and water toward SDG

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Affordable & Clean Energy Supply Sustainable Energy & Improve access in Cambodia Climate Action Climate change Action in Cambodia
Improvement of Life Style Improve quality of life using Solar Energy Improvement of Social Infra Extend electronic infra in Urban & Rural Districts
Social Enterprise Aim sustainable development as Social Enterprise Model Clean Water & Sanitation Supply safe water



Solar Energy Project Development

2012  Start KOICA project

Open the office (Sangkae in Battambang)

Distributed 810 ea Solar Head Lantern (SHL)


Social Enterprise/
Creating & Driving into the Market 2013~15 KOICA-GS Caltex  Project (3Y)Distributed 644 ea Solar Home System2014.08  Register as a Social Enterprise(Ministry of Commerce)2013~2015
Solar Market Promotion
for BOP market 2016 Start Solar Basic Training
(Awareness Raising Program))NEW items launching
(SBCS, Solar Water Pump, Street Light , etc)2017Sales & Distribute 1,121 ea SHS2016~PRESENT

Why do we need the Solar Energy in Cambodia?


Solar Home System & Tied Grid System


Grid System

Solar Street Light & Solar Battery Charging Station



Solar Head Lantern & Solar Water Pump

Solar Head Lantern

Water Pump

Solar Head Lantern case


Solar Home System and Solar Water Pump

Solar Home System and Solar Water Pump