Anjali House

Supporting underprivileged children through education, health care and the arts


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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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What happened at the opening event of “Cambodia reawakening – One year after the Khmer Rouge”?

What happened at the opening event of “Cambodia reawakening – One year after the Khmer Rouge”?

On May 3rd we launched “Cambodia reawakening – One year after the Khmer Rouge”, a photo exhibition by John Burgess. Now that the exhibition is closed to the public we would like to look back on the opening event. Speeches were given, guests enjoyed the photos and Anjali House’s Young adults explained their work. A recap of what happened that night. One by one the guests started to arrive...

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Photo Exhibition: Young Cambodians’ reflections on “Cambodia Reawakening – One year after the Khmer Rouge”

Photo Exhibition: Young Cambodians’ reflections on “Cambodia Reawakening – One year after the Khmer Rouge”

“Cambodia reawakening – One year after the Khmer Rouge”, a photo exhibition by John Burgess from May 4-17 at Footprint cafe in Siem Reap. Anjali House’s young adults have joined forces with John Burgess, a former journalist for The Washington Post and accompagnied the photos with their thoughts and feelings on the history of their country.  The exhibition depicts the journey of John Burgess, who arrived in Phnom Penh in...

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Family Support: Breaking the taboo about domestic violence

Family Support: Breaking the taboo about domestic violence

Parents came to participate in a workshop about domestic violence in March.  In a society where people are embarrassed to talk about their problems, the women often take the blame if their issues come to light. Mom Phlan, Anjali House Social worker, explains why the workshop wants to break the taboo. Read the interview. What is the workshop about? In a society where people are embarrassed to talk about...

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the anjali team

Simon

Simon

Director

Nancy

Nancy

Communications and Fundraising Manager

Bunthorng

Bunthorng

Teacher

Mom

Mom

Social Worker

Theavy

Theavy

Teacher

Vannda

Vannda

Teacher

Shiv

Shiv

Volunteer Coordinator

Samrith

Samrith

Young Adult Program Coodinator