Buddhist Library Cambodia Project
What We Need
- Teach English and computer to children and teenagers
- Prepare lessons and supplementary documents for teaching English
- Assist our dental staff in providing dental treatment to children
- Teach children to brush their teeth.
When & Who
BLCP doesn't require volunteer to pay for their volunteering work, but volunteers have to pay for their own accommodation, food and and transportation.
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More Services we Offer
We do not accept payment from volunteers so we do not provide any services.
Other Ways to Help
- Teaching materials, story books, comic books, study games for English learning, videos for English learning and other materials which are related to teaching English.
- Gloves, face masks and other materials related to dental clinics if the volunteers wish to work at our dental clinics.
Additional Info about Us
- teach English and computer to students
- prepare lesson plans, tests and teaching materials for teaching English and computer
- monitor all classes
- Provide dental treatment to children
- Conduction oral health education sessions to children
Volunteers can easily find accommodation in the town of Kampot. Kampot is a very attractive tourism destination for westerners and it has a lot interesting places to visit.
Volunteering activities do not changes according to season or time
By 2019, we have built more than 8085 water tanks of 2,000 liters and 146 big tanks of 20,00 liters to harvest rain water at over 900 schools in Kampot, Kampong Speu, Takeo and Kep provinces of Cambodia providing clean fresh water for drinking to thousands of children. For Education programme, we have supported free 90 English classes and a lot of computer and Khmer Non-Formal classes. We also have two mobile libraries which enable children in various schools in Kampot to access good reading books.
The third programme is Dental Health Care. This programme has MoU with the Minsitry of Health to provide free quality dental treatments to children in our target schools. Every day between 40 and 50 children receive dental treatments from our two dental clinics in Kampot and Kampong Speu. The two clinics have three dental doctors and four trained dental assistants and every year we have some volunteers from Australia.