TUK TUK FOR CHILDREN
Tuk Tuk for Children grew out of the creation of Tuk Tuk Theatre in 2015.
However, what started as a fun, part-time hobby turned into a more professional project because, the more the founders worked with the kids, the more they could see areas in which to improve.
They, therefore, realised it would be a simple leap from informal education to providing formal education. Children are now taught from kindergarten stage and, with the realisation the kids in Cambodia were missing out on a lot due to a lack of resources, other facilities have been introduced such as the Tuk Tuk Mobile Library.
AKD SCHOOL BATTAMBANG
Association for Knowledge Development (AKD) is a non-profit association dedicated to educating students in underserved communities in Battambang.
The school currently accommodates around 300 pupils. They are taught by twelve teachers, many of whom are volunteers who share the founder Kamnat’s vision.
To aid the teaching of English, AKD invites English-speaking volunteers from around the world to take part in the project. The volunteers support the students’ learning through practising conversation and occasionally by leading classes.
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS OF HOPE
One Hundred Pounds of Hope provides the families of Battambang, in rural Cambodia, with food for today, an education for tomorrow, and hope for the future. They strive to give the children of Battambang a viable way out of poverty by building new schools and providing an education. With this opportunity for education, One Hundred Pounds of Hope endeavours to secure a brighter future and to improve the lives of these children and their families.
CHILDREN’S ACTION FOR DEVELOPMENT
Children’s Action for Development is a community-based non-government and non-profit organization that provides Khmer and English literacy classes, life skills, child rights awareness, job training, girl empowerment, nutrition, community education and family business programs to support poor, orphaned, vulnerable and disadvantaged rural children and families in the Battambang region.
HOPE FOR CAMBODIAN CHILDREN
Hope for Cambodian Children cares for, educates and improves the lives of HIV+ children and their families. Each child is provided with nutritious food, a hygienic environment, comprehensive health care and educational including English tuition and vocational training.
KHMER NEW GENERATION ORGANISATION
KNGO provides free supplementary education to children and youths in the community in the areas of Khmer literacy, mathematics, English literacy, computer programming, primary health education, community environmental awareness and vocational skills training.