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.

We learnt 5 things!

We learnt 5 things!

The Anjali Photo Workshops returned again this year and like the last 14 years was filled with chirpy reunions and activities organised by 8 professional photographers. These tutors volunteer their time in December every year as part of the Angkor Photo Festival to encourage creative expression of things that might be visible or invisible to the naked eye.  They learn to photograph, but more importantly they find new ways...

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Under the Blue Sky

Under the Blue Sky

“There was an Earth There was life There was a plant Green, small, good smell Mixing together with lots of color A lot of animals are near We take care of them In a small farm.” These words by our young writers perfectly describes the last day of the week long ‘Writing Through’ workshop, a conceptual and critical thinking intervention designed and conducted by our board member Sue Guiney every year...

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Workshop on Technology Innovations

Workshop on Technology Innovations

This month 37 children from Anjali House visited Phnom Penh with Bun thorng, our Head Teacher. The 3 days trip was planned to understand how technology can help solve problems facing the community at large. Community Service is part of our DNA and we are constantly looking for ways to support the village commune through awareness and cleaning drives. “This trip was designed so that we can take our understanding...

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The Volunteer Desk – Nona Soumahu

The Volunteer Desk – Nona Soumahu

During my social work studies in the Netherlands I have learned it is important to get in touch with who I am for functioning as a social worker, as well as for my functioning as a human being. When I got to Cambodia, I started learning about self-love and I was eager to share this with the students at Anjali House. Many of these students come from environments where...

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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