The Siem Reap Countryside Cooking Class offers educational and vocational opportunities
including Khmer, English & Kindergarten classes. Social Work, Organic
Farming, Sports Education, Education on Hygiene & Nutrition.
The Siem Reap Countryside Cooking Class providing sustainable development which directly benefits its community through educating younger generations now, and supporting children and their families to become self-sufficient and sustainable in the future. This includes addressing issues such as lack of education, lack of clean water and health care, poverty, environmental issues, social issues and unemployment. Our aim is to involve the individual communities through a community committee and gradually roll out the projects in the respective villages to improve the quality of life and prosperity for our residents.
The Siem Reap Countryside Cooking Class works through an empowerment model at the grassroots level, which maintains all paid employers, are native Cambodians. The SRCCC relies solely on donations and funding from the Cooking Class and supporters from all around the world and ensure that 100% of any funding is returned directly into SRCCC, its projects and the community.
$350.00 / Year. Your sponsorship will also pay for the child’s school uniform (blouse/shirt, skirt/shorts/trousers and socks and shoes if needed) as well as school supplies (text books, notebooks, pens, pencils, etc.). The fees will also cover the cost of a bicycle, as well as ongoing repairs to the bicycle, so that the children can ride to school.
$700.00 / Year. There are a lot of students in Cambodia who despite achieving outstanding results at secondary school, cannot afford to pay for tertiary education and whilst they understand that their biggest stepping stone out of poverty is through education, the cost of university is well beyond the means of most Year 12 students. This also assist with necessities such as text books, notebooks, pens, pencils etc.
$50.00 / Month. Sponsored a family receives food every week and small amounts of cash. This can create an opportunity for children to attend school instead of collecting rubbish to sell for the family income, allows illiterate mothers or older girls to learn sewing, or feeds a blind or sick grandmother raising her grandchildren.