CCOSC

ដៃ​គូ​របស់​យើង


  • Aide et Action International (AEAI)

    Aide et Action is the consortium coordination office in terms of Program, Communication, Finance & Audit and Monitoring & Evaluation. AEAI is present in 25 countries and active in Cambodia since 2003; it focuses on four priority themes: Access to Quality Education, Early Childhood Care and Education, Education for Girls and Women, and Inclusive Education.


  • Buddhism for Social Development Action (BSDA)

    Buddhism for Social Development Action (BSDA) is a Cambodian run NGO, established in 2005 in Kampong Cham by seven monks. BSDA envisions a society where people are empowered to fully exercise their potential to live in dignity, peace and free of poverty.


  • CARE International (CI)

    CARE is an international development organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring sustainable changes to their communities. CARE works in partnership to achieve lasting results.


  • Cambodian Organization for Children and Development (COCD)

    Cambodian Organization for Children and Development (COCD) is a non-governmental, non-political, non-profitable and non-religious organization, creating lasting change in the lives of children in Cambodia. COCD encourages social change to tackle the structural causes of poverty, inequality and social exclusion.


  • Disability Development Services Program (DDSP)

    DDSP focuses on the vulnerable people, especially disabled children, women, landmine survivors, the poor and people with severe disabilities such as paraplegia, down syndrome and cerebral palsy.


  • Goutte d’Eau/DamnokToek (DT)

    In 2003, to face the lack of appropriate services in the provinces for disabled children GE NeakLoeung opened a shelter in Phnom Penh for children living with intellectual and/or physical disabilities. In NeakLoeung no other institution


  • EpicArts (EA)

    Epic Arts has grown from a few arts workshops in Phnom Penh to the opening of the Epic Arts Café in Kampot in 2006 and the construction of our fully accessible Arts Centre in 2009. Epic Arts promotes the total inclusion of people of all abilities and disabilities using the arts as a form of expression, transformation and empowerment.


  • Friends International (FI)

    Annually, Friends International reaches 50,000 beneficiaries through holistic programs designed to protect, educate, empower and reintegrate marginalized children and youth into society, families, school, and employment.


  • Kampuchean Action for Primary Education (KAPE)

    Since its foundation, it has generated over $15 million in educational investment for Kampong Cham and adjacent provinces. KAPE is the current key implementation partner to World Education under the Improved Basic Education in 


  • Komar Pikar Foundation (KPF)

    KPF was launched in 2007 by a group of committed and experienced individuals, keen to respond to the desperate needs of children with moderate and severe disabilities in Cambodia.  Many of the staff and supporters of KPF have been working with children with disabilities and their families for many years. 


  • Mith Samlanh (MS)

    MS works with marginalized children and youth, their families and their communities in order to support their reintegration into society while caring for their health and wellbeing.


  • NGO Education Partnership (NEP)

    NEP currently has 127 member organizations – 80 local and 47 international.


  • Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFP)

    We are a collaborative network of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and community-based organisations in South and Southeast Asia. We work with forest-based communities to strengthen their capacity in sustainable management of natural resources. For centuries,


  • Plan International (PI)

    Founded over 75 years ago, Plan is one of the oldest and largest children's development organisations in the world. Plan International Cambodia was established in Cambodia in 2002 and has been working in three provinces namely Siem Reap (2002), Kampong Cham (2004) and Ratanakiri (2011).


  • Pour un Sourire d’Enfant (PSE)

    Since 1995, PSE has been providing general education and accelerated learning program to approximately 3,000 students each year in PSE centers and public primary public schools in Cambodia, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education Youth and Sport (MoEYS).


  • Rabbit School Organization (RSO)

    Rabbit School Organization is founded in response to a need to provide educational and therapeutic activities for children with disabilities who were then living at the National Borei Infant and Child orphanage center, where children had not been receiving any education up to this point.


  • Save the Children (SC)

    Save works to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. Across all of its work, Save pursues several core values: accountability, ambition, collaboration, creativity and integrity.