Sponsorship program shapes youth’s dream in community work

KONG Reaksmey Muney Keo,18, a grade 12 student at Toul Ampil high school, and lives in Toul Rokakoh village, Sangkat Prey Sar, Khan Dangkor, Phnom Penh. She has been registered in the sponsorship program since 2014, and is an active child in sponsorship program activities. Keo was noticed by GNC staff as the potential and […]

Study Materials And School Uniform Get The Child Back In School

“With the study materials and school uniform, I become more active in school.” Said a 10-year-old Phavin. Nat Phavin lives with a single mother and younger sister at Thmar Koul district, Battambang province. In her 3rd grade, the child achieves a good record in school attendance and stands the 1st range in the class.

The Water Station Brings Hope To The Community

Or Boun commune is 7km away from the Kaoh Nheaek district, Mondulkiri province. The community people here faced a critical situation in accessing safe and clean water due to the available water sources are unsafe and seasonal. Consequently, they are forced to buy water from a private supplier at a higher cost. GNC supported the […]

The Good School WASH Project Improves Sanitation In School

Royor Krom primary school is in the Royor commune, which is 11km from Koah Nheak district, Mondulkiri Province. The school experienced a challenge in accessing clean water sources causing the available school infrastructure unable to operate. It was inconvenient for students especially girls to apply hygiene practice. GNC initiated the Good School WASH Project in […]

The Good Taxi Project Creates More Jobs For Urban Community

The unemployment rate in the urban area of Cambodia is still a big challenge, and a business model is needed for the income generation of people responding to the competitive market demand. GNC initiated the Good Taxi project to support the vulnerable community overcoming this challenge. Saveurn, 56, one of the GNC’s Tuk Tuk members […]

Solar Water Pump Improves Community Livelihood

Pol Slin is a farmer in Srae Roung village, Royar commune which is about 35 kilometers from Koh Nhaeak district, Mondulkiri province. She got married to her husband and has 7 children. Slin’s financial condition left her with no choice. Every day, Slin and children had to carry water from the open stream that is […]

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