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Anjali Alumni – Sokly

Sokly studied at Anjali House for about 8 years. We have seen her evolution from childhood to adolescence. She successfully graduated high school and is now a TESOL major at Pannasastra University. She is also an English teacher and curriculum developer at REACH, another NGO in Siem Reap.  We are so proud of her journey and we are thrilled to see her dedication in helping the town of Siem Reap through her new job.  Meet Sokly: My name is Tep Sokly. I have studied at Anjali House since 2014. It has been eight years now. Anjali House is like a second home for me because Anjali House supports my studying by providing me with school materials, English, computer skills, soft… Read more

Anjali Alumni – Sokea

Meet Sokea We are happy to introduce Sokea, an alumni who started with Anjali at a young age and has returned to teach. It is always touching to see the evolution of a child, on their journey of growing up and independent. Sokea's journey proves that although every journey has difficulties, there are solutions. It is important to know how to bounce back and to be open to the opportunities that life offers us. My name’s Try Sokea. I am 26 years old. I have 7 siblings and I am the fifth child in my family. My parents moved to Siem Reap around 2007. My home town was from Takeo Province. Because my parents wanted to look for a job.… Read more

Alumni Focus – Chy

  It’s a pleasure to present our  Alumini Portrait to show you how the student has evolved and become a leader in their community. Especially when one of invests so much to give to our young generation advice, help, and learning. Meet Chy, who is currently a university student and continues to work with our current students as a role model and inspiration. Meet Chy My name is Chy and I’m 21 years old. I’ve been studying at Anjali House since I was 7 years old. I’m from Seam Reap province and I come from the poor family. I have four members in my family, and I have one brother. In my free time, I like to listen to research… Read more

Anjali Alumni: Sokuam

  We love to see our students transform and develop the confidence to pursue their dreams. Not only do we want our students to excel academically, but also take on social responsibility to become a driver of change. Sokuam is one Anjali Alumni who really stands out! When it comes to sharing skills and experiences with his younger peers, Sokuam is always willing to help out! Before continuing his journey in Phnom Penh, Sokuam volunteered as a coach for the Future Leader program. He shared his knowledge on project development. He also helped us on fun activity days, such as the Christmas party. His enthusiasm and energy are contagious, bringing so much joy and light to the classroom. Now he… Read more

Art, gardening and playing : Why are these things important for our programs?

Art, gardening and playing : Why are these things important for our programs?

  Playground :  When playing, children discover the concepts of pleasure and sharing. This activity is essential to their fulfillment and allows them to grow with all the necessary confidence.  Playing helps the development of their imagination, to imitate, and to understand the beliefs and intentions of others. It's a fundamental tool for the development of cognitive, emotional, social, and physical plains. Children play spontaneously and try to recreate what they see in real life for a better understanding and integration. Thanks to the game, they are to exceed their limits by being curious and exploring. Play also teaches children to be persistent and to be confident in their own capacities.  Being aware of this importance, we decided to reorganize and… Read more

Anjali Alumni – Kosal

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Growing the Seeds for Success in the Anjali Garden

Growing the Seeds for Success in the Anjali Garden

We love our garden program. It helps our students develop critical life skills and reconnect with nature for a sustainable mindset. Read more

A Volunteer Experience – Elora

A Volunteer Experience – Elora

Not even a world pandemic could keep Elora away from her mission! You probably already heard about our volunteer coordinator, Elora. Back in France she has her own business called Craft Plastic. She recycles plastic waste into valuable objects. She decided to take a break from her business to dedicate one year to others before completely committing to her own project.  It has been almost 8 months since Elora started her civic service, even if she will keep volunteering a few more weeks with us, her mission ends at the end of July. She has shown incredible determination and drive, braving quarantine and COVID-19 to come to Siem Reap. She has been a huge asset for Anjali, brining creativity and… Read more