Supporting vulnerable children
through education, scholarships,
and community engagement
We believe that no child should be forced to beg or work, and that they have the right to enjoy their childhood – to learn, play, make friends, and grow in a safe and happy environment. Our ultimate goal is to see the students we support develop into healthy, well-adjusted adults, equipped with the skills they need to enter the workforce, continue their education, and succeed in their future endeavors.
Roun left Anjali House in 2014 and is now a Freelance Photographer. He discovered his passion for Photography during annual workshops with Giving Lens at Anjali House. After grade 12, he decided to make a living out of this passion and taught himself how to become a good photographer.
This is Sokim. She left Anjali House last year, in 2018, after being one of our students for 3 years. Sokim says what she misses the most at Anjali House was the lunch area, as it was her favourite place. She mostly loved it because it’s cooler than everywhere else. It’s a bit windy. But she also loved this place because you can see the beautiful garden from there.
This is Han Pheakdey He has been one of our students for 5 years from 2013 until 2018. He left last year to become part the Norton University where he is currently studying Human Resources. When asked about his favourite place at Anjali House, he mentions the computer lab.
Sophan Try was one of our students for 4 years from 2007 until 2011. Her favourite place at Anjali House was the Volleyball Court, as she really enjoys playing sports. Sophan Try currently works as a Project Assistant at Halo Trust, an international NGO specializing in the removal of landmines and other debris of war.