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Thnol Check Orphanage and NGO School Project (Ongoing / Future)
Our latest orphanage and school project is located in the remote area of Thnol Chek commune which has 9 villages and is situated around 20km from Siem Reap City. Our final goal is to have our own center that can feed and educate the children, and be self sustainable.
We aim to have our own land, own building and own equipment purchased for the centre, so that our monthly costs are very little with no rental fees. This way the monthly running costs can be supported by small projects around the village by ourselves and will not be constantly reliant on donations to survive.
This project is starting to prepare and we are in the process of collecting enough sponsorship money to begin our vision.
What we need:
As student numbers continue to increase, we are looking to start construction on a permanent NGO campus. We are currently raising funds to build our own school and campus in the village. We are looking for donations to support the construction costs as mentioned below:
Land cost (Size: 5000 square meters) = $28,000 USD 2 Dormitory (1 Male and 1 Female) = $26,000 USD ($13,000 per classroom) 3 Classrooms =$18,600 USD ($6,200 per classroom) 5 Toilets (5 rooms) = $1,500 USD ($300 each) 1 Kitchen= $4,700 USD 1 Dining Room = $2,800 USD 1 Library = $4,700 USD 1 Management Building = $8,300 USD
Total we need to raise to complete this project:$94,600 USD Amount Raised so far:
Donors so far:
CESHEO Survival Farming Project (Completed on 23/12/2020)
We have recently started a sustainable farming project to help support the families of our students for the upcoming year. Many of the students' families have lost their jobs due to the COVID outbreak, as there are no visitors arriving into Cambodia. Tuk tuk drivers, tour guides and almost anyone working within the tourism industry have currently been made redundant. We have created and built a village farming project to support them during these tough times. This has enabled them to grow their own food to survive during the pandemic. We have so far been able to grow many local fruits and vegetables to share amongst the village. Currently we have morning glory, tomatoes, lettuce, chili peppers, papaya, cucumber and bitter melon.