Support Satellite Schools in Cambodia

by Cambodian Children's Fund


Cambodian Children’s Fund satellite schools offer free education to 150 youth and adults who lack the means to attend public school, who work full-time and/or who have full-time family commitments.

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Much of the work of Cambodian Children's Fund has been focused on the Steung Meanchey landfill district, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, one of the most impoverished regions in Cambodia. Over the years, extreme desperation has driven an estimated 1,200 families to live and work at this toxic landfill, many of them burdened by profound debt and disease. This project will target 150 at-risk children & adults in & around this community. Anyone 6 or above is welcome to participate in daily classes.


As Cambodian Children’s Fund residential education centers are full to capacity, the organization currently operates three separate satellite schools to offer free educational opportunities for individuals who lack the means to attend public school.

Long-Term Impact

Through education, Cambodian Children’s Fund is producing young adults and adults with sustained earnings gains, as well as providing a long-term means of raising living standards and reducing poverty.


Cambodian Children's Fund 2008 Annual Report

Organization Information

Cambodian Children's Fund

Location: Santa Monica, CA - USA
Website: http:/​/​​index.html
Scott Neeson
Project Leader:
Scott Neeson
Executive Director
Santa Monica, CA Cambodia

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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