Khmer New Generation Organization
KNGO provides free English, computer skills and supplementary Khmer literacy and mathematics classes to the children of Bospo Village and surrounding areas.
What We Need
We are constantly seeking volunteers to assist our Khmer teachers with our English literacy program and to implement a football program. Regardless of whether you have teaching experience or not, the interaction volunteers have with our children makes a huge impact on their development.
When & Who
What we Provide
This project is a cultural experience as you will be living with a family near the school and have the opportunity to experience the Khmer lifestyle. There are no placement fees to volunteer but there would be a cost of $13 per day for accomodation at a homestay and three Khmer meals a day. Alternatively you can stay in one of the many guesthouses in Battambang.
There are no placement fees to volunteer but there would be a cost of $13 per day for accomodation at a homestay and three Khmer meals a day. Alternatively you can stay in one of the many guesthouses in Battambang.
Additional Info about Us
What is KNGO?
KNGO is a non-governmental organization in Bospo Village, Battambang Province, Cambodia. KNGO was founded in early 2008 as a private, non-profit, neutral, non-prejudiced and non-political organization that works to improve the lives of children and youth through education.
KNGO provides free supplementary education to children and youth in the community in the areas of Khmer literacy, mathematics, English literacy, computer programming, primary health education, community environmental awareness and vocational skills training.
KNGO registered as an official organization with the Ministry of Interior 29 January 2008. KNGO Australia is also registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACN 167 820 126).
Our vision is to resolve social and community issues so that children in the communities have a better life in the future.
We aim to provide free education, without restriction, to children within Bospo Village, Cambodia through non-formal (supplementary) education and vocational skills training.