Cambodian Children's Advocacy Foundation

Phnom Penh, Cambodia, South East Asia
We are a Cambodian local NGO working in preschool and English progarms in Cambodia.

Volunteering Activities


What We Need

Teaching the English language to children.


When & Who

At any time the volunteers can do.
Yes, we require a minimum of 2 Months
3 months

What we Provide


The volunteers can stay at the team house at the Cambodian Children's Advocacy Foundation (CCAF) English center.

Types: Variety

Local food


Our Fees

$6 daily
$500 One-time

Each volunteer has to respond by him/herself. It is estimated the cost per day is 6$. This is for food.

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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Pick Up/Drop Off

Contact Person

Channarith Hing
Office: # 225, Street 2001, Sangkat Kakab, Khan Posenchey, Phnom Penh, Cambodia P.O Box 850, Postal Code 12406, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Other Ways to support us

Traditional cooking!

The volunteer will need to buy food stuff, making food and cook.



Additional Info about Us

20 to 50 people

Teaching, writing report and conduct home visit.


We have annual work plan and can get it if needed.


The Cambodian Children’s Advocacy Foundation (CCAF) is a Cambodian Non-Governmental Organization. It was established in early 2006. The purpose was to create an NGO to provide a means to educate children, help in the reduction of poverty by addressing it's root causes, and to assist the Cambodian government in providing services for the most vulnerable segments of Cambodian society. CCAF strives to combine early childhood education, varied community development programs, and economic assistance to address the root causes of rural poverty.

We wish to see children receive adequate educational program, have the capability to become economically self-sufficient and to contribute to society in a sustainable way. Our vision for Cambodia's future, is of a country whose children grow up knowing and appreciating the value of education, sustainable organic farming and livestock rearing, and understand proper health and sanitation practices.

To support the children in the areas of education, intervention and the prevention of child labor, trafficking and oppression. To ensure future success, the nutrition and health of these children must be upgraded. Additionally, skills must be developed to enable mothers and their children to generate an income for their families. 

CCAF believes and adhere to work in: Equality, teamwork, loyalty, quality, effectiveness, integrity, dignity, dependability, flexibility, empowerment, responsibility, accuracy, accountability, friendliness, learning, collaboration, optimism, empathy, persistency, respect, wisdom and security.

Legal Status:
The Cambodian Children’s Advocacy Foundation is registered with the Ministry of Interior (License # 419, dated March 28, 2006) of the Royal Government of Cambodia.