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Food Donation for 16 families house fire

On 26 February 2022, H.E BADEL Khan the President of Cambodian Charity Organization led a team of volunteers to visit and distribute charitable gifts to 16 families affected by the recent house fire at the 3 village, Sangkat Chroy Changva, Khan Chroy Changva, Phnom Penh. They have expressed their gratitude to the Cambodian Charity Organization (CCO) for providing them with donations of 800Kg of rice, ingredients, and some budget to support them.

Study materials & Covid-19 infection prevention materials Donation

On 19 February 2022, H.E BADEL Khan the President of Cambodian Charity Organization led a team of volunteers to visit and distribute charitable gifts to 15 teachers and 404 students who are studying at Samdech Techo Hun Sen Chub Romdeng Primary School. It is located in Chob Romdeng Village, Kantuot Commune, Svay Leu District, Siem Reap province, about 95 km from Siem Reap city, which is a remote village.

On this occasion, The Cambodian Charity Organization organized a project to visit and distribute charitable donations such as 12500 masks, 120 liters of alcohol, 2,080 books, 1372 pens, 158 pencils, 85 erasers, 85 pencil sharpeners, color 85 boxes, 900 packets of snack, and allowances for volunteer teachers.

The President met with students and also encouraged the efforts of teachers and encourage students to study hard to be good children, good students, good friends, good citizens for the future can get good jobs to help families and National society. At the same time, the President also mentioned the prevention of Covid-19 communicable diseases in accordance with the high recommendation of Samdech Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, 3 measures, and 3 prevention, which is the most effective way to prevent Covid-19 disease.

After the program, the President met and discussed with the village chief, village members, principals, teachers, volunteers, and parents’ representatives. The principal spoke about the difficulties and shortcomings that the school is facing: Handwashing facilities, libraries, sports facilities, and recreation areas for students, as far as the Cambodian Charity Organization can help. At the same time, the President responded and gave them hope that the volunteer organization would help as much as the organization could.

We are looking urgent to donors for donating and supporting the at Samdech Techo Hun Sen Chub Romdeng Primary School.

Clean Water Donation

On 08 January 2022, The President of the Cambodian Charity Organization led staff and volunteers staff went to visit people living at Koh Prak, located in Kandal province.

In purpose to donate plastic clean water storages tank to support people living on the boat for use. On the other hand, the President also brought some study materials, beverages, and snacks to distribute to children and students living on the island.

Meanwhile, Cambodian Charity Organization looking for donors with high modern Water purification products to help poor families in rural slam also, this kind of product can help a lot of poverty families in Cambodia. and help the government of rural development.

We are looking urgent to donors for donating and supporting our project.

Food Donation During COVID-19

On 30 Jul 2021, The COVID-19 outbreak is now spreading worldwide, including in Cambodia. At the Pursat Province was Lockdown. Due to the disability of Covid-19, the Cambodian Charity Organization volunteer teams did not participate in this activity. We also asked the village chief to represent the Cambodian Charity organization to distribute donations to the Cambodian Muslims living in Prek Thnout Village, Sangkat Roleap, Pursat City, Pursat Province, who are experiencing food shortages, They requested us to help them. A total of 45 people equal to 11 families and also 5 families Living at Thong Khmum Province by participating in the distribution of gifts such as 1,250 Kg of rice, and other groceries to help ease the burden on their families.

On 15 Jul 2021, Due to COVID-19’s disability, the Volunteer Teams of the Cambodian Charity Organization did not participate in the event. So, The Local authorities acted on behalf of Cambodian Charity organizations to bring donations to them.

We requested the village chief to represent the Cambodian Charity organization to distribute donations to the Cambodian Muslims living along the Sangke River Sangkat Kdol Dauteav in Battambang City, Battambang Province are also experiencing food shortages and seeking help. The aid group from Cambodia Charity Organization to help their families, a total of 28 families and two families of elderly and disabled people, donate 2,75 tons of rice, some ingredients, and budget to lighten the family burden.

On 04 May 2021, During COVID-19 Lockdown. The Volunteer Team of Cambodian Charity Organization had brought some food to donate to poor families at Koh Prak Kandal Province about 50 families living on the boat, each family received a donation like Rice 20-30kg and other ingredients to support them.

Meanwhile, Cambodian Charity Organization have high modern Water purification products for poor families in rural slam also, this kind of product can help a lot of poverty families in Cambodia. and help the government of rural development. We are looking for donation support for our project.

On 30 April 2021, During COVID-19 Lockdown. The Volunteer Team of Cambodian Charity Organization had brought some food to donate to 30 families living on the lockdown area at Rong Chak 1 Village, Sangkat Kok Khleang, Khan Sen Sok, Phnom Penh, each family received a donation like Rice 50kg and other ingredients to support them.

Family Homeless After Landslide

On 10 July 2021, The volunteer teams of the Cambodian charity organization brought 8 tons of cement and 21 cubic meters (m3) of sand donated to the families of the victims of the landslide and home into the Tonle Sap river to help ease the burden on the families of the victims at Khan Russey Keo Phnom Penh Cambodia.

Food Donation to

Disable & Poor Families

On 03 June 2021, At the request of the authorities for support to the families of the disabled, The Volunteers teams of the Cambodian Charity Organization brought donations of food, rice, budget, and some ingredients to ease the burden on the disabled families and 83-year-old grandmother live with her helpless granddaughter living in Tbong Khmum Province.

On 30 May 2021, The Volunteer Team of the Cambodian Charity Organization had brought some food to donate to a poor family of 6 disabled members living in the same house at Chheu Teal Village, Peam Chiling Commune, Tbong Khmum District, Tbong Khmum Province. Life is very miserable, difficult, lack, because of the current situation, there are relatives and villagers nearby to help cook, take turns looking and take care of them. They have received a donation like Rice 200kg, Budget, and other ingredients to support from us.

We also looking for donors to donate the disability chairs or budget for poor people living in CAMBODIA. If you want to be a donor, please contact us.

Main problems faced by children in Cambodia

Poverty

Around 30% of the population lives below the poverty line in Cambodia, a country that is just recovering from a violent war that tore it apart at the end of the 20th century. The State is equally marked by a strong disparity between urban and rural areas. This poverty touches children most of all, who as a result suffer from malnutrition and marginal life conditions.

Right to Water

Access to potable water is a very serious problem in Cambodia that affects rural zones in particular. In fact, in these regions only around 16% of the population has access to potable water, and it should be known that around 80% of Cambodians live in the country. Because of this, numerous children die from diarrhea illness and hygiene remains equally problematic: households and even schools are not always equipped with toilets.

Right to Education

Currently, more than 10% of Cambodian children do not go to school. Access to education for young girls is even more restricted since only 20% of them go to a secondary school.

Even if the education rate has improved in the past few years, the conditions of education are deplorable. The material and hygiene in schools are largely inadequate. Also, children combine work and school and so can’t study in good conditions.

Cambodian first large sustainable farming project

Most Cambodian people are in well-documented crisis relating to poverty lack of development, lack of education, and diseases in rural and use much with chemical fertilizer.

The Kingdom of Cambodia is a favorable country, situated in tropical areas with the Mo-song climate (warm & wet). The average annual rainfall is 1.900 mm maximum and 1.000 mm minimum. Of course, the temperature is 320C maximum and 220C minimum, which is good for plantations such as agricultural plantations, other forests, and living of animals and humans, especially very good for very good paddy plantations.

Depending on the good conditions from nature to all kinds of agricultural plantations, the Royal Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia has determined that the agriculture field is the priority and plays the most significant role in national development.

We’re looking for funders to support Our organization Humanitarian’s project

To give poor people to have a job in more than 500 locations and skills, we also provide scholarships from our Org’s project fields, In 2015, the population of Cambodians was 15 million people. Today its population has increased day by day and demand for food production has also increased and depends on close border country import. CCO is developing Project Canaan in partnership with successful business people in the country, who are working in collaboration with talented, experienced, and educated business individuals from an overseas country and CCO’s TEAM to create a unique, tailor-made organization that meets the needs of Cambodian children living in abject poverty in Cambodia and donate to other countries in AIDS has destroyed many lives. Project Canaan’s Agricultural operation in the Sihanouk VILLE area will provide food for children’s homes that live in a small home that CCO support. Excess produce will be sold to pay farm operating expenses with excess income used to subsidize other essential costs such as children’s education and medical care, education material, staff salaries in the home, and more. it is the stated goal of Project Canaan to assist CCO home to become self-sustaining.
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