IMPACT in Cambodia
Support a future generation that reflects the beauty of Angkor Wat
Shelter and love to 35+ children. The Belgium-operated organization brings happiness in to the little hearts of the children they care for by providing a clean, safe, and loving home. In addition to shelter, accessibility to quality education is also provide – a right that every child deserves despite their socioeconomic background. The home is dedicated to opening the doors for these children to have a chance at a brighter future.
A home and school for the disabled, deaf and blind Light of Mercy is a special needs home for the youth over the age of nine with various disabilities, including the blind and deaf. The home was founded in 1997 by the Providence Sisters of Portieux, France, as part of The Jesuit Service of Cambodia. Light of Mercy is under the direction of coordinator Sister Marie-Adelphe, with assistance at the hands of Sister Marie-Agathe.
Our flagship aquaponics training center in Cambodia Prek Pra has become an ongoing learning center educating students and inspiring communities towards a more self-sustainable future. In April we will be teaching 18 teenage students as well as leading an adult class for university students and local adults from all over Cambodia to learn about aquaponics. Successfully built in 2016 for $7,000 USD, Prek Pra is under the tutelage of dedicated educators.