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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

In 5 Years I See Myself…

In 5 Years I See Myself…

The Dreams of Our PEPY Interns In January we welcomed six new interns - Rin, Chhorvy, Sokhit, Kimnoing, Seangheng, and Hon! We partnered with PEPY Empowering Youth to provide these internships for these stellar university students. (more…) Read more

Anjali and Cambodia Facing COVID-19

Anjali and Cambodia Facing COVID-19

Cambodia is now experiencing increased COVID-19 cases, this is how Anjali is helping our students and families get through the pandemic. Read more

Anjali Alumni – Oudom

Anjali Alumni – Oudom

I have been involved with Anjali House for almost ten years since I was a fourth-grade student in 2014. To be honest, before I attended to study in this organization, I was a person who hated education. I tried to drop out of school many times because of a lot of reasons. Firstly, to help my family financially. I thought that if I drop out of school, I can find a lot of money to support my family situation. Secondly, I was really addicted to hanging out with bad guys/ wrong crowds. I hardly went to school. My parents were stressed about my problems. Even though they had less education, they never wanted me to stop studying. A few months… Read more

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

International Day of Women and Girls in Science     February 11 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Both science and gender equality are critical to achieving the goals outlined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. According to UNESCO, less than 30% of researchers worldwide are women. Additionally, few female students select STEM-related fields in higher education. Only 30% of females in higher education chose to study STEM-related fields.  These problems are further highlighted in Cambodia. Only 39% of students enrolled in tertiary education programs are women. This disparity is even more pronounced when looking at the STEM disciplines. Women make up a mere 14% of the students studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, compared… Read more

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