Anjali House

Supporting underprivileged children through education, health care and the arts


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What We Do

We believe that no child should be forced to beg or work. We believe that they have the right to enjoy their childhood - to learn, play, make friends and grow in a safe and happy environment. These are basic rights that no child should be denied." At Anjali House we provide each child with free healthcare, food, clean drinking water and education.

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Read news about the current and former students, the staff and the programs of Anjali House in our twice monthly blog articles.

Friends of Anjali House

Friends of Anjali House

  We all need signs in our lives that we are headed the right way. I got mine when a young participant of the ‘Writing Through’ creative writing workshop I conduct at Anjali House asked me  a serious question.  Writing Through workshops use the writing of poems and stories in English to develop literacy, thinking skills and self-esteem, and in this workshop we had been discussing and writing about...

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A Tale of Life

A Tale of Life

For so many families in the province of Siem Reap, the simple act of surviving requires strength and everyday commitment. This is the story of a woman, her family, their struggles and how they found help and hope for a better future, illustrated by Lilu Herlambang. Through Anjali House’s education and basic care programs, Bopha and Soriya* found hope and they were able to turn their lives around. We...

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Through the Eyes of a Child

Through the Eyes of a Child

From the first day on, photography has always been a part of Anjali House. It is a way of expression that our students have used since the founding of the NGO, and it is still having an impact both locally and abroad. Anjali House came to life as a project of the Angkor Photo Association, and Angkor Photography Festival Association in 2005. Back then, a group of photographers got...

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Turning Old into New

Turning Old into New

In June, nine of our younger students visited Rehash Trash, a social enterprise dedicated to supporting underprivileged families while collecting and recycling plastic bags to save the environment. During their visit, our students learned how to turn old to new and learned a valuable lesson about recycling. The students arrived in the morning and spent a couple of hours at Rehash Trash, following each step in the work process...

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Anjali House Team

Thorn

Thorn

Cook

Poleang

Poleang

Teacher

Sreypy

Sreypy

Teacher

Sokhim

Sokhim

Teacher

Ny

Ny

Security Guard

Vireak

Vireak

Accountant

Sophany

Sophany

Young Adult Program Coordinator

Pov

Pov

Cleaner

Simon

Simon

Director

Bunthorng

Bunthorng

Head Teacher

Mom

Mom

Social Worker

Theavy

Theavy

Teacher