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.

Sustainability interventions at Anjali House

Sustainability interventions at Anjali House

Nona, our Social Work intern, is currently working on multiple sustainability interventions as part of her one year volunteering stint with Anjali House in Siem Reap, Cambodia. She strives to raise awareness on subjects such as climate change and plastic pollution to stimulate the staff and students to be more aware about the matter. This awareness is created through in-house workshops and planned excursions to NGOs working in the...

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International Day of Families, 2019

International Day of Families, 2019

Families all over the world have different dynamics depending on their cultural backgrounds and economic conditions. But it is difficult to classify them as better or worse. Every family faces issues and challenges depending on whether they are single-parent families, large families, stepfamilies, grandparent families, rich and poor families… Studies suggest that there is no difference between rich and poor families in terms of aspirations. Children have the basic...

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World Day Against Chid Labour

World Day Against Chid Labour

“Children shouldn’t work in fields, but on dreams!” This is the theme for ‘World Day Against Child Labour’ in 2019. This day was marked as an important day for child human rights in 2002 by the International Labour Organization (ILO). This year, the ILO is celebrating 100 years of work  done to address social issues and to promote decent work conditions all over the world. Inspite of this, today...

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‘Anjali House’ alumni set the path for our young ones

‘Anjali House’ alumni set the path for our young ones

During this years Khmer New Year celebration, we invited former Anjali students to join in the celebrations and inspire the younger ones by sharing their stories. The majority of Anjali House students remain with us until the age of 16, so there were many stories during their time at Anjali House and after.  We encouraged the alumni to take on the stage and talk about their life experiences– the...

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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