Volunteer in Cambodia doing Childcare work | GivingWay

Volunteer in Cambodia doing Childcare work

VDCA is an officially registered Cambodian NGO, offering free education and community programs to underprivileged children and families in Siem Reap and rural areas.

Our vision is built upon two principles: • Knowledge is Hope • Peace is Development. Our main aim is to empower the Cambodian people with the right intellectual and economic tools to attain self-sufficiency.

Education and childcare for poorest Cambodian children based in the south of Phnom Penh

SHE Rescue Home

Phnom Penh, Cambodia, South East Asia.
Accommodation Meals
In Cambodia, the SHE Rescue Home exists as a safe-haven for girls normally aged 5 to 16 who have been trafficked, raped, prostituted or at-risk of any of these.

CoE is from College of Education in which we are a part of community education service providing for open access to all children to get education.

iLEAD International School is a non-profit private school offering a worldwide renown curriculum to children in Phnom Penh at a very decent price while sustaining educational project throughout the country to give access to education to the largest number.

Aziza's Place

Phnom Penh, Cambodia, South East Asia.
We are a non-profit learning & development centre for underprivileged children in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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

Thanks VDCA reviewed by Jenny Sayer
"My friend & I volunteered with your free school in Seim Reap as teachers aides in 2014. What a learning curve! We loved every minute, the children are really inspiring as are the many adults involved in the organisation.
We made life long friends and both hope to return in the future."

Helping people help themselves to Build a better Future reviewed by John Hayward
"I volunteered with Build Your Future Today Center in Siem Reap for 15 months in 2015-16 and continue to help when I can via the internet. It was one of the most rewarding periods of my life, working side by side with an incredibly dedicated team. They accomplish so much with so little in helping to lift villagers living in abject poverty in remote villages to the point where they are able to provide themselves and their children with the prospect of a brighter, sustainable future."