SCOTT NEESON’S STORY

In 2003, Scott decided to give up his high-flying lifestyle and walk away from Hollywood.
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SPACE TO LEARN

16 August 2019

CCF joins up with UNESCO to open a learning centre offering e-learning for students Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) has opened a new learning centre at Sambok Chab School (SBC) supported by UNESCO offering students who...

STEP BY STEP

8 August 2019

Businessman Dan Argent from Australia is taking on a tall challenge – a trek to...

SEW GOOD

31 July 2019

Australian student Ella Bacon turned her skill with a sewing machine to a good cause...

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SPACE TO LEARN

16 August 2019

CCF joins up with UNESCO to open a learning centre offering e-learning for students Cambodian...

STEP BY STEP

8 August 2019

Businessman Dan Argent from Australia is taking on a tall challenge – a trek to...

SEW GOOD

31 July 2019

Australian student Ella Bacon turned her skill with a sewing machine to a good cause...

FUTURE LEADER

29 July 2019

Thy Rina is one of 5 CCF students off to Hong Kong to take part...

SOPHY’S STORY

12 July 2019

As a child, Sophy lived and worked on a garbage dump and didn’t go to...

CPU STAFF AND EXPERTS RECEIVE TOP AWARDS

4 July 2019

7 staff honoured for their work helping protect Cambodia’s vulnerable children CPU staff and international...

Child, family, community.

Cambodian Children’s Fund transforms the country’s most impoverished kids into tomorrow’s leaders, by delivering education, family support and community development programs into the heart of Cambodia’s most impoverished communities.

Since 2004, we’ve been working with children and families living in crippling poverty in the former dump community of Steung Meanchey. We believe that with the right education and support, one child can lift their family out of poverty. Today there are more than 2,000 students working towards a better future in our award winning education program.

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