Cambodia, garment factories employ nearly 700,000 people, approximately 90% of whom are women. These women have the dual burden of caring for their children and providing income for their families. As a result, some women leave their children in their home villages to work in urban areas, or they leave their children with family, friends or other caregivers all day, six days per week to work.
There are 48 new families live in Phum Brammouy village and they come from give up area because of they are new and have only house and one well so they don't have school, latrine and wells in the village then it make them lack of education, the water and poop everywhere Because of the reason COLT would like to raise the fund for supporting people especially children both education and sanitation.
- Build Daycare center. - Build latrine, bath room.
They will also provide the children with healthy meals for better nutrition and will monitor their development for better health outcomes. Community-based childcare in Kampong Speu will soon help to reduce the burden on factory workers and improve early childhood development.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).