We help improve the lives of children in India and Cambodia
Offering new opportunities through education…
1 € per day can cover the needs of a child
We help families to take the future of their children into their own hands
Working in partnership with local NGOs in the field
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Children are the Future

We are a small non-profit organization made entirely of volunteers who believe that giving every child and young adult education and the opportunity to develop their potential is the key to breaking the vicious circle of poverty. We believe in people-to-people partnerships of solidarity and rely entirely on the generosity of people like you, and the work of reliable partner non-profit organisations in the field to achieve our objectives. Any donation we receive contributes directly to offer a child or young adult a better future.


Events

2020
Future events in the making, stay tuned.

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2 days ago

Cambodia: Nice news from the province of Kompong Speu. School continues there, unlike in Phnom Penh. Sponsored children have restarted also the daily extra class with their teacher Linda. These classes are possible thanks to the sponsors and donors of our Wellbeing and Education Fund (WELED Fund). ... See MoreSee Less

Cambodia: Nice news from the province of Kompong Speu. School continues there, unlike in Phnom Penh. Sponsored children have restarted also the daily extra class with their teacher Linda. These classes are possible thanks to the sponsors and donors of our Wellbeing and Education Fund (WELED Fund).

2 weeks ago

We just learned from our partners in Le Restaurant des Enfants that the Cambodian authorities have decided to close again schools for two weeks in Phnom Penh as a precautionary measure to avoid the spread of Covid-19. Children will continue studying from home during this period. Le Restaurant des Enfants has stopped receiving children and instead LRDE teenagers are again bringing food and other materials to children and families in the slums. ... See MoreSee Less

We just learned from our partners in Le Restaurant des Enfants that the Cambodian authorities have decided to close again schools for two weeks in Phnom Penh as a precautionary measure to avoid the spread of Covid-19. Children will continue studying from home during this period. Le Restaurant des Enfants has stopped receiving children and instead LRDE teenagers are again bringing food and other materials to children and families in the slums.

3 weeks ago

Unfortunately last month Cambodia was hit by floods after more than 10 days of heavy rain and the typhoon Moldave. This makes the situation particularly difficult for people living in the slums. Our thoughts are with them. ... See MoreSee Less

Unfortunately last month Cambodia was hit by floods after more than 10 days of heavy rain and the typhoon Moldave. This makes the situation particularly difficult for people living in the slums. Our thoughts are with them.

3 weeks ago

Our Cambodian partner, LRDE had already given to sponsored children school uniforms and other school material last month. LRDE is now receiving between 60 to 80 children per day. They hope to be back to normal once the Government takes the decision to fully open schools. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Cambodian partner, LRDE had already given to sponsored children school uniforms and other school material last month. LRDE is now receiving between 60 to 80 children per day. They hope to be back to normal once the Government takes the decision to fully open schools.

3 weeks ago

Today, after a month of testing in reopening the schools, the Cambodian government decided to allow children to attend school six days per week as before. This does not apply yet to high school students, who can only attend classes three times per week for the moment. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, after a month of testing in reopening the schools, the Cambodian government decided to allow children to attend school six days per week as before. This does not apply yet to high school students, who can only attend classes three times per week for the moment.

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