Cambodian Children’s Fund transforms the country's most impoverished kids into tomorrow's leaders.

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 2,400 students working towards a better future in our award winning education program.

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Recent News

Child Protection Unit: ‘Witnesses help identify suspect in rape-murder’, Phnom Penh Post

10 February 2016

Read the full article here. The hunt for the man who allegedly raped and drowned a 15-year-old girl in Phnom Penh on Sunday night ramped up yesterday following reports from witnesses, according to leading investigators....

‘Buddhism for Education of Cambodia’ Monks visit CCF

10 February 2016

The monks from Buddhism for Education of Cambodia (BEC) visited CCF last week and spoke...

Child Protection Unit: ‘Body of teenage girl found on Phnom Penh riverbank’, Phnom Penh Post

9 February 2016

Read the full article here. A teenage girl was found dead on a riverbank in...

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Child Protection Unit: ‘Witnesses help identify suspect in rape-murder’, Phnom Penh Post

10 February 2016

Read the full article here. The hunt for the man who allegedly raped and drowned...

‘Buddhism for Education of Cambodia’ Monks visit CCF

10 February 2016

The monks from Buddhism for Education of Cambodia (BEC) visited CCF last week and spoke...

Child Protection Unit: ‘Body of teenage girl found on Phnom Penh riverbank’, Phnom Penh Post

9 February 2016

Read the full article here. A teenage girl was found dead on a riverbank in...

Monthly News: Safe Learning Space, special monk visit and Volunteer Snapshot

8 February 2016

Welcome to the CCF Monthly News update, where we look back at what’s been happening...

Art in a Box visits CCF

2 February 2016

Visiting artist and author Valentina and her Art in a Box team conducted a very...

A Safe Learning Space at CCF

27 January 2016

In Steung Meanchey, CCF students struggle to find a safe and quiet place to study...

A Message From The Founder

When Hollywood executive Scott Neeson embarked on a sabbatical between jobs in 2003, he couldn’t have imagined how it would change his life.

In Phnom Penh, Scott saw hundreds of children and their families living and working on the Steung Meanchey garbage dump, one of the most toxic environments imaginable. Scott's decision to give up his high-flying lifestyle and walk away from Hollywood has greatly impacted not only his life, but the lives of thousands of Cambodian children and their families.
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Our Programs

Education

The Education Program serves as a foundation for lifelong learning for more than 2,400 students, providing a pathway out of poverty and preparing students for the world beyond CCF.

Leadership

The Leadership Program equips thousands of students with the tools, training and knowledge to make a meaningful, positive impact as future leaders in the community.

Community Outreach

From providing assistance packages to more than 3,500 families in crisis, to building hundreds homes each year, our Community Outreach team work on the ground to provide assistance to people in need.

Healthcare

CCF provides free healthcare services to students, families and community members, including more than 30,000 treatments at Cambodia’s only fully free medical clinic serving people of all ages.

Vocational Training

Providing specialised training, both in the classroom and through on-the-job learning, to give students a direct pathway to meaningful employment.

Childcare

From young kids in our Drop-in Daycare program, through to young adults living in transitional homes while they study at university, we provide high quality care and support to children in need.

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