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“We have a vibrant learning environment at Anjali House thanks to the volunteers from around the world who bring the best of their individual cultures and skills. For the students at Anjali House, many of whom have never travelled outside Siem Reap, this is a great way to get worldly wise.” – Sue Guiney

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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

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

How is Anjali handling COVID-19?

How is Anjali handling COVID-19?

SITUATION IN CAMBODIA (updated May 12th) The disease Cambodia has detected zero new COVID-19 cases in 33 days. The total number of cases reported to date, from the first case reported on January 27th at Sihanoukville to the last reported case on April 12 in Phnom Penh, remains at 122. 121 of these people have recovered. There are still one COVID-19 positive patients undergoing hospitalization and treatment in Phnom Penh. Schools remain closed. According to a government communiqué, they may reopen in November 2020, or earlier if the situation improves. The effects While reported cases in Cambodia have remained low, the country has been deeply impacted by other effects of the pandemic. Containment, border closures, and the halt in tourism have forced… Read more

Meet some of Anjali’s heroines

Meet some of Anjali’s heroines

At Anjali, we support women and girls to reach their goals. One way we do this is through hiring and training women staff. Our team includes six women who are dedicated to the education of our young students. Let’s meet them! Simon is our executive director. Before she came to Anjali, she was a teacher at different schools and NGOs while she trained to work in hospitality. “When I started to work at Anjali, I fell in love with the work I was doing. I had a very good connection with the children and the parents. With my work, I feel very useful, and I could see the change in our children and families - they were more confident.” After… Read more