Sustainable Cambodia NGO SUSTAINABLE CAMBODIA PURSAT NGO A super brief introduction and snapshot to the wonderful programs within Sustainable Cambodia. Mission Impact Video FAQs SUSTAINABLE CAMBODIA PURSAT NGO A super brief introduction and snapshot to the wonderful programs within Sustainable Cambodia. Mission Impact Videos FAQs Sustainable Cambodia and Social Cycles We’re proud to connect with Sustainable Cambodia and allow socially conscious travellers the opportunity to learn more about Sustainable Cambodia. Social Cycles believes that the best way to truly understand a country and it’s culture is to simply ask questions to local experts. Museums and monuments can tell you about yesterday, but only people from organizations like Sustainable Cambodia can tell you what tomorrow looks like. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on whatsapp Share on email What challenges are SC trying to solve? Sustainable Cambodia (SC) programs primarily focus on keeping children at school. This involves working with the families to ensure financial security and income throughout a variety of self empowerment models. Children are often forced to leave school at age 15 to assist families. SC empowers the village families to create a sustainable quality of life, helping them acquire fresh water, irrigation, schools, agriculture, skills and income generation. History: How and why SC began... Sustainable Cambodia began as a small school project, but has quickly grown to encompass education and village development. The initial school project – the Sylvia Lasky Memorial School – has grown rapidly as well. Established in 2001 on the outskirts of Pursat, largely to serve the small village of Osdao, the school originally provided books, clothes, school supplies, bicycles and English classes to approximately 60children from the surrounding community. Many of the families were also provided with monthly food supplements, helping them break the cycle of need that kept their children working in the fields rather than learning new skills in school and applying knowledge that could help their community develop.Today, SC have expanded the education programs with three different centers and have more than 4,000 children enrolled. It serves not only Pursat town but several nearby districts. Everyone in the villages – every child, parent and volunteer – is transformed through education. The people of Pursat are resourceful, hard-working and loving. Impact: 5 Key Facts More than 4,000 students graduated grade 12 since 2005307 Graduated Bachelor Degree, 83 still in college with 45 female5,220 Students enrolled English classesImplemented 448 Rooftop Rainwater Harvesters, 2,510 Water Filters, 229 Water Wells and 1,654 LatrinesSet up 21 Self-Help Groups (co-op micro financing The videos that explain everything Video produced by Momentary– story telling for social impact Fast Facts Most frequent questions and answers What programs do you run? 1) Community Preschool2) Community Primary School3) Community English Outreach4) University Scholarship5) Kravanh Bright Future Center6) Kandieng Sustainable School7) Sylvia Lasky Memorial School8) English Proficiency9) Food Supplement10) TC & TFDSF School Education Programs11) Computer Basic (Office, Research, Internet and Email)12) Animal Pass-on13) Water Well14) Latrine15) Community Pond16) Self Help Group17) Seeds and Tools18) Sewing Class19) Rice Bank20) Micro-loan21) Road Repairing22) Days for Girl Enterprise23) Victory Garden Campaign24) Home Vegetable Garden25) Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting26) Host Rotary Tour (January, February)27) Host Youthlinc (May, June and July) How big is the NGO? 1) 82 SC Total Staff2) 47 Fulltime staff (70% of SC former scholars)3) 35 Part-time staff (10% of SC former scholars) How are you funded? 1) Grants2) Individual3) Rotary Clubs4) Student Sponsors5) Fundraising Campaigns6) Corporate Foundation Sponsors What difference would a US$150 donation make? US$150 can change a life of rural children with an education program for a half year, including English, Computer and school materials.US$150 can buy bicycles for three rural children who live far away from school and giving them a chance for brighter future. What difference would US$1000 make? US$1,000 would help village families buy 9 Bio-sand filters that have too hard from getting clean water to access.US$1,000 can buy an open air reading shelter, a cool calm place where a hundred of students come to read their books during the breaking time.US$1,000 can buy a water-well for 10-15 village families who live too far from their house to get access to water source. Connect Directly to Sustainable Cambodia Website Donate Page Facebook Email Share this story Share on facebook Facebook Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on google Google+ Share on stumbleupon StumbleUpon Share on email Email Got a question? 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