Volunteer in Cambodia doing Agriculture Work

Volunteer in Cambodia doing Agriculture Work

Kep Gardens Association

Kep, Cambodia
Vocational centre teaching various skills to help the local village youth gain employment.
Agriculture Education Environment
Accommodation Meals

ABCs and Rice

siem reap, Cambodia
Nourishment for the Children of Cambodia

ABCs and Rice differs to most NGO schools in Siem Reap. In addition to providing a much-needed free education in English and Khmer, we offer various food programs to nourish the children’s bodies as well as their minds.

A Cambodia free from poverty and environmental degradation
Agriculture Environment Development

We are the non-profit NGO assisting children in impoverished community to access quality educational opportunities and promoting volunteering in Cambodia to enable sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction in vulnerable and marginalised communities.
Agriculture Education Development

Things to do in Cambodia

Language School
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Tours and Treks
SiemReap, Cambodia

Tours and Treks
siem reap , Cambodia

Places to stay in Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Latest Reviews

Wim Achterberg;  The Experience of a Lifetime! reviewed by Wim Achterberg
If you have the intention to do voluntary work in Asia, I would definitely recommend you to do so in beautifully situated KepGardens, Cambodia.
Here children from a very young age are taught English, not only about grammar but also how to improve their reading skills and get a better command of their fluency.
They are highly motivated, after the hours which they have to attend their high schoolclass, they come to Kep to get extra lessons.

Especially for reading and talking English with them, volunteers are essential. But there is also plenty of room for your own idea how to fill in lessons. You don't necessarily have to be a teacher, most important is that you like children, know how to get along with them and want to contribute to their further development.

In the past couple of years I have worked here as a volunteer, varying from a few days to three months. And every time I noticed how important it is what you are doing as a volunteer and the impact your work has on these children. I will come back in the future, for sure!

Wim Achterberg, The Netherlands

on 14/05/2017