Our school in Cambodia provides free education for children in the village of the community. Here are pictures from our team in Cambodia visiting homes to ensure that the children are safe and to help these families register their kids at school. Your donations provide them opportunityy to have education and to develop tools to change their circumstances.
We are pleased to share that our school in Cambodia – HOPE School – is now providing free day programs, preschool and kindergarten classes for impoverished children in our community. This program is organized to use this extra time in the day with our children to not only provide them with a fun and loving atmosphere, but to help them further their skills in a multitude … Read More
The MAP Foster Care and Family Based Care Program supports impoverished orphaned children while they live at home. This program prevents these children from having to go into child labor camps and enables them to go to school. The program also provides the children with a loving home, nutritious meals and health care.
We are proud to announce that MAP’s Vocational Training Program in Cambodia is the recipient of a Teacher Development Grant from USAID. Our teachers will be training in Vocational Teaching Skills such as Social Media Development, Electronic Repairs, Salon and Beauty, Sewing, and Aquaponics (Organic Fish and Vegetable Farming). They will use this skills to help provide vocational training skills … Read More
HOPE Children’s Home (HOPE CH) is a loving and nurturing home for orphaned and neglected Cambodian children, located in the village of Break Bonggong in the Kandal Province. MAP opened HOPE CH in 2011, with the vision to assist the children in achieving their highest potential as they grow to become confident, competent, and caring individuals. Currently, HOPE CH is … Read More
In 2012 MAP launched the Education Outreach Program and School in a small village named Break Bonggong in Kandal Province, not far from Cambodia’s capitol Phnom Penh. Most of the village residents are illiterate and live in poverty with low income jobs such as; construction, farming or fishing. Child labor is rampant leading to school drop-out and the lack of … Read More
MAP’s music workshop program – CAM Projects – fosters and promotes emotional, social and physical well-being by teaching students the joy of learning, the love of discovery, the confidence to grow, and a sense of responsibility and respect for others. We strive to develop student creativity through engagement in music and arts and to explore emerging technologies in these fields. … Read More
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