Kinyei promotes social entrepreneurship with two businesses, a socially responsible bike tour and training cafe, which together empower Cambodian youth to work together for the improvement of themselves and their communities.
KAKO is striving to provide a chance for education to children and teenagers (6 - 17), so that one day they can be productive members of their society.
NRG solutions is a social enterprise working with communities in Cambodia to provide access to appropriate technologies such as solar lights & home systems to reduce energy poverty.
This is a small, free Health Clinic in a very poor village called Phoum Thmey, just outside Sihanoukville, Cambodia. I provide basic health care, medication., birthing and palliative care facilities
PEPY stands for Promoting Education, emPowering Youth. Our mission is to invest time and resources in young people in Cambodia, working with them to connect them to the skills, systems, and inspiration necessary to achieve their goals, raise standards of living, and improve the quality of education in their communities.
Economically empower rural women — and contribute to greater gender equality — by equipping them to make and sell silk products. “We’re working to preserve a silk weaving culture that was at risk of vanishing, while reducing poverty.” Silk weaving, once a cherished tradition in Cambodia, languished under the bloody regime of the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s. Today, Color Silk is helping to revive her country’s silk weaving heritage, while empowering low-income women living in rural areas where livelihood options are few. Today its product line includes a richly-hued array of raw textiles, scarves, and sarongs. Color Silk provides at-home training to rural women to build or enhance their weaving skills, and then equips them with materials and startup capital to launch their own home-based enterprises.