Charities Working in Cambodia
These charities have charitable projects in Cambodia. They may be based in Cambodia or based in Thailand or other countries but have charitable projects in Cambodia also.
ActionAid Cambodia was established in 2004 working with the poorest and most women and children in Cambodia to advance their human rights and transform the world in which their children grow up through its various programs which are divided into 5 categories :
- Food rights
- Women rights
- Child sponsorship
- Disaster and Emergencies
ActionAid Cambodia is a part of ActionAid International which aims to finding sustainable solutions to poverty and injustice.
Contact : ActionAid
#69, St.242, Sangkat Chaktomuk,
Khan Daun Penh,
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel : (855) 23-994-98
E-mail : email@example.com
Angkor Hospital for Children, Cambodia
Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) is a Non-profit pediatric teaching hospital working in cooperation with the Cambodian government to provide free, quality health care to impoverished children in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Tep Vong (Achamean) Road & Oum Chhay Street,
Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap
Banteay Srei is a Cambodian Women’s Non-Governmental Organization that empowers vulnerable woman to improve their political, economic and psych-social situation through implementation of community development projects, advocacy work and encouraging men’s participation in addressing issues affecting women.
Head Office in Phnom penh#19B, Street 145, Sangkat Phsar Doeum Tkov, Khann Chamcar Mon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, PO BOX 728 +855 (0) 232 169 22
Child's Dream Foundation
Child's Dream is a large charity based in Thailand which supports the educational development of disadvantaged children who often do not have access to government schooling or adequate schooling due to their living in marginalised and undeveloped areas. Those areas are predominantly, border areas in Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos. Child's Dream is addressing these issues via its three Focus Areas: Health, Basic Education and Higher Education.
Child's Dream has an office (Oct‐10 Established in 2010) in Cambodia.
Cambodia Branch: CDCO ‐ Child's Dream Cambodia Organisation
Address: No. 160, National Road No 6, Krous Village, Sangkat Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap City, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Telephone +855(0)63 763 027
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
In Cambodia, aim to increase school enrolment rates in remote areas while decreasing
drop‐out rates by building both primary and secondary schools.
To date they have built many schools to increase access to basic education in
remote areas. They have also rolled out a high school scholarships programme to
allow students to advance their studies. They have complimented their projects by
building playgrounds and water systems.
In 2012 Child's Dream spent the equivalent of THB 8M on projects in Cambodia.
Cambodia Projects can be seen at http://childsdream.org/projects/cambodia/
Cambodian Children's Fund
Mr. Scott Neeson Chairman
Ms. Jeanine Braithwaite Secreatry
Cambodian Children Fund, founded in 2004, provides education, health care, nutrition and safe shelter to vulnerable children from Cambodia's most destitute communities. The Fund offers education, health care, nutrition and safe shelter. The fund supports for more than 1,800 students and assists 10,000 people annually through health and nutrition progams.
The founder, is Mr. Scott Neeson, former Film Executive of 20th Century Fox International.
Cambodian Children's Fund Cambodian Children's Fund
2461 Santa Monica Blvd. P.O.Box 111
PMB 833, Santa Monica Phnom Penh
CA 90404, United State of America Cambodia
Phone +1 310 399 5220 Phone +855 023 988 999
Fax +1 310 399 5221
CCF Australia, Suite 89, 78 William Street, Sydney, NSW, 2011
CCF is independently audited every year to meet US accounting standards.
Cambodian Children’s Fund is a U.S.-registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization no. 20-0764162. All US donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Cambodian Children's Advocacy Foundation (CCAF)
Mr. Hing Channarith : Founder and CEO
Ms. Fran Lambrick : Co-Founder (British)
The Cambodian Children's Advocacy Foundation (CCAF) is a Cambodian not-for-profit and non-govermental organization. CCAF was
established in early 2006 with its purpose was to creat a NGO to provide a mean to educate children, help in reduction of poverty by addressing its root causes and to assist the Cambodian
government in providing services for the most vulnerable segment of Cambodian society. CCAF strives to combine early childhood education, varied community development programs and economic
assistance to address the root causes of society.
CCAF's target group for helping, education development are children, widows, Land-mine victim and disabled people through funding from donors.
The Cambodian Children's Advocacy Foundation (CCAF) is registered with the Ministry of Interior (License number 419, on March 28, 2006. of the Royal Government of Cambodia.
Contact : Cambodian Children's Advocacy Foundation (CCAF)
205 Street 2001, Sangket Kakeb,
Kan Posenchey, Phanom Penh
PO.Box 850, Postal Code 12000
Tel : +655 23 890 166
Mobile : +855 16 811 720
Cambodian Children's Dream Foundation (CCDO)
Jenni Lipa : Founder and President
Cambodian Children's Dream Foundation is a not-for-profit organization which base is in
United State of America, it is a US registered-charity with a 501(3) not-for-profit organization. Also, the CCDO registered with the United Kingdom Charity Commission in December 2011.
The CCDO's mission is to promote sustainable village development in partnership with Cambodian people by helping to provide health care with nutrition from birth onwards with education opportunities and economic environment as well as increasing awareness of environmental and social responsibility among Cambodian families and communities with providing tools to improve life quality and to reach highest potentials.
The CCDO runs by volunteers, 91% of money raised for the foundation will go to funding various projects through the CCDO.
Cambodian Children's Dream Foundation Cambodian Children's Dream Foundation
240 Easth 85th St. #2 T62 Taproum St.
New York NY 10028 USA Borei Brom Brey
Seim Reap, Cabodia
Tel : +1917721-8588 Tel : +855 95588832
E-mail: email@example.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambodian Development for Mission for Disability (CDMD)
Mr. Kho Huoth : Chairman
Mr. Nhip Thy : Executive Director
CDMD is an independent Cambodian non-government organization working towards an inclusive, barrier free and right based society for people with disabilities, which was founded in 2007.
CDMD's mission is to coordinate and build capacities of people with disabilities, communities and stakeholders to provide equal opportunity for peaple with disabilities to fully participate in
all development efforts.
CDMD contributes to the promotion rights and equal opportunities of person with disabilities by coordinating services through communities base approaches in 26 districts of five provinces of Cambodia. A comprehensive Community Based Rehability
services will be provided to disabled persons and their families. The services criteria under the CBR are able to identify in five categories.
Contact : CDMD-Cambodian Development Mission for Disability
43 Wat sarawoan, St. 178 P.O.Box 14000
Chey Chumneas, duan Penh Phanom Penh, Cambodia
Phanom Penh, Cambodia or : CCC Box. 501
Tel : +855 23 211 732
E-mail : email@example.com
Cambodia Global Action
Cambodia Global Action is a local Cambodia NGO, not-for-profit and non-political organization which was established in 2004 and legally registered at the Ministry of Interior of the Royal Government of Cambodia.
CGA aims to holistically develop Cambodian communities to reach a sustainable transformation in their communities and bringing the relief through its 4 main programs
- Communities Health Education (CHE)
- Salamom Program
- Care for Orphans
- Communities Development Project Sustainability
Contact : Cambodia Global Action
N#45, Street 528, Boeng Kok 1,
Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh,
Tel : +855 (0)23 885 735
+855 (0) 12 974 983
Cambodia International Education Support Foundation
Cambodia International Education Support Foundation (CIESF) was established in 2008 which its aims to encourage the development of Cambodia education including encouraging Cambodian entrepreneurs to involve in diverse national and international projects can lead to better Cambodian economy.
Cambodia International Education Support Foundation
Japan Head Quarter
From Five 302, 3-17-1, Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062
Tel: +81-3-6439-5990 / Fax: 03-6439-5991
NGO CIESF Cambodia
3rd Floor The iCON Professional Building, 216 Norodom Blvd.,
Tonle Bassac, Chamkamorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel & Fax: +855-23-216-434
Cambodian Kid’s Foundation (CKF)
Cambodian Kid’s Foundation aim to empower the future of Cambodia kids through its various programs which mainly focus on :
Scholarship with Sustainable income Program.
Contact : Cambodian Kid’s Foundation (CKF)
#.144GEo, Rue de l'union Européenne (St. 143),
12304 Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel : (+855) 12 367 140
The Education for Development Foundation "EDF"
The Education for Development Foundation focuses its activities primarily on providing education scholarship for poor children in the Greater Maekhong Subregion, encompassing Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. The Foundation works with local government organizations to recommend and screen students applying for scholarships. Since its inception EDF has managed scholarships worth over 450 million baht offered to more than 300,000 students.
Scholarship Project in Cambodia
The Education for Development fund Cambodia operates a scholarship program to increase education opportunities for student with high academic merit from poor student and disadvantaged families.
The Education for Development Foundation International (EDF-International)
50, Kasetsart University, Alumni Building
3rd Floor, Phaholyothin Rd., Jatuchak,
Bangkok 10900, Thailand.
Tel: +662 579 9209 to 11
Fax: +662 940 5266
EDF-Cambodia (The Education for Development Fund-Cambodia)
Office #128 (Room 306), Russian Blvd.
Sangkat Toek Laak I Khan Toul Kok,
Phnom Penh Cambodia
Telephone +855 12 826 207 / +855 12 812 337
Khmer Youth Camp for Future (KYCC)
Khmer Youth Camp for Future (KYCC) is a Cambodia NGO which was established by a core group of Cambodia members that setup KYCC on January 21, 2001. The KYCC's mission is to working for
children and youth participants, Gender mainstreaming and Enterpreneurship through self-development network peer education, information technology, cooperating with partner organization and
networking with relevant agencies.
The KYCC focuses on its projects operation located in capital and other provinces of Cambodia which related with Right and peer education for Cambodian Children and women's right including gender awareness stimulation.
Contact : KYCC Office : #236, St.376
Sangkat Boeung Keng Kang III
Khan Chamkarmon, Phanom Penh
Tel : (855) 12 736 166
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Equipping churches in Combodia Responding to the needs of children at risk in the communities
Mr. Pang Sophany : Cambodia office Director
Kone Kmeng began as a bridge between charitible financial donors and those churches in Cambodia that need assistance in their desire to work with children at risk. Working with Tear fund in Cambodia in 2000-2005, Glenn and Siobhan Miles had decided to use fund given to them by their churches in the UK and USA to provide support for small church in Cambodia.
Kone Kmeng began its work in June 2005, it was registered with the Ministry of Interior of the Royal government of Cambodia in 2007 to support churches to reach out to children in their communities.
Contact : Cambodia United States :
44 CEO, Street 454 Freedom's Promise attn. Kone Kmeng
Sanket Toul Tompong 2 P.O.Box 110383 Nasville
Khan Charmcamon TN 37222 with the notation Kong Kmeng
Phanom Penh, Cambodia The donation are tax deductible
PO.Box 2654 Phanom Penh 3 Canada :
Ms. Judy Sawatzky "Ethnos Ministries"
Tel : 855-12 577 542 4 -2604 Enterprise Way, Kelowna
: 855-23 69 13 908 BC, V1X7Y5 Canada
E-mail : email@example.com E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Komar Pikar Foundation
Kong Vichetra : Executive Director
Komar Pikar Foundation (KPF, or The Foundation of Disabled Children) is a Cambodian non-government organization capable of the well being of children and young people with moderate and severe disabilities and their families.
The Komar Pikar Foundation was luanched in 2007 by a group of committed and experienced individuals, excellent to respond to desperate need of children with moderate and severe disabilities in Cambodia. Staffs and Supporters of KPF have been working with children with disabilities and their families for many years.
KPF are committed to seeing Cambodia Children and Youth with moderate to severe disabilities living dignified lives, with thier families, in inclusive communities. Using a community based, self-help approach, KPF builds the capacity of families to advocate for the needs of their own children and ensure their rights are respected.
The KPF forcuses on establishing best practice demonstration projects that successfully and sustainably adress the needs of the children and youth and their families, together with national networking and engagement stratergies that support
policy development and implementation of activities by government organizaions.
- Community Care for Children
- Building life skills
- Empowering parents
- Working towards inclusive communites
- Working together for change
- Improving institutional care
Contact : 43 Wat Sarawoan Street Postal Address : PO.Box 148
178 Khan Daun Penh CCC Box 321
Kingdom of Cambodia Phanom Penh
Kingdom of Cambodia
Tel :+885 (0) 23 210447
Mobile :+885 (0) 12 843446
E-Mail : email@example.com
Korsang is a small grass roots program located in Phanom Penh, Cambodia which was established in 2004. Korsang Organization's core mission is to work with drugs user and community to reduce drug related harm. Korsang Organization is able to deliver high quality harm reduction program and its services to drug user in Cambodia. The organization treate the drug user-participant with the hiehest level of dignity, commpassion and respect.
Contact : Korsang Organization Main Office
#32E0 Street 79BT, Village Chamreun Phal,
Sangkat, Boeung Tompun, Khan Meanchay
Phanom Penh, Cambodia
Tel : (+855) 85 565 551
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Benoît Duchâteau-Arminjon Founder
Created in the refugee camps in Thailand, Krousar Thmey (“New Family” in Khmer language)
Is the first Cambodia Foundation for underprivileged children. The foundation is apolitical
Since 1994, Krousar Thmey has been the only structure in Cambodia who offers a comprehensive Education Programme for deaf or blind children in accordance with the national Education Curriculum. In order to achieve this outcome, the Foundation has Created and developed all the required tools : Khmer Braille standard and Khmer sign Language, adapted textbooks and training.
Krouser Thmey Cambodia
4# street 257 (corner of street 132) –
Kampuchéa Krom Blvd – Phnom Penh
Tel.: +855 (0) 23 36 61 84 –
Krouser Thmey France
47# rue Greneta – 75002 Paris
Tel.: + 33 (0) 1 40 13 0630
Let Us Create
Let Us Create is a day care centre which aims to provide safe shelter and environment where the children can learn and challenge themselves with hoping that those Cambodian children is able to obtain skills and better opportunities they need to be confident and prepare for the future.
Contact : Let Us Create
Sihanouk Ville, Cambodia
Tel : (855) 017-500-402
E-mail : email@example.com
Mr. Ave Sao Sarin : Director
M'Lop Tapang is a local not-for-profit organization registered with the government of Cambodia, has been working in Sihanoukville since 2003 by a small group of foriegners and locals.
M'Lop Tapang strives to provide a safe place for the childdren of Sihanoukville, offering care and support to any child at risk. The charity offer acess to education, reintegration with families, life skill training, and creative with recreational activities ensuring protection from all forms of abuse. M'Lop Tapang currently works with over 3500 children and 1200 families at nine specialized centers in the Sihanoukville area providing shelter, medical care, sports and arts, education and training, conseling, family support
Contact : M'Lop Tapang
Village 4, Sankat 4
Sihanoukville, Preah Sihanouk
Kompong Som, Cambodia
Tel : +855 34 399 050
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Okenden Cambodia is an NGO based in Cambodia, its started as an international NGO in 1996 and localized in 2007. Okenden Cambodia is well known on empowering and providing capacity enhancing to local civil society structures with its specialization on
agroforestry, environmental mitigation, skills training and community mobilization etc.
Okenden Cambodia aims to promoting self reliance for vulnerable Cambodian populations.
Contact : Okenden Cambodia
Number 11Eo, Street 282, Boeung Keng Kang 12302,
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
PO. Box 2562
Tel : +855 23 721 935
Fax : +855 23 987 735
Mobile : +855 12 42 12 42
E-mail : email@example.com
Operation Hope Foundation
Robert Kee : Founder and
The Operation Hope Foundation Ltd (OHF) was registered as a Singaporean charity in Oct 2001 with the purpose of helping the poor overseas by starting orphanages cum community outreach centres. Its vision is to have ten centres by 2014. Currently, there are running two such centres in Cambodia and Nepal and are expanding into Laos and Mongolia. OHF seeks to operate with its own Non Government Organisation Status (NGO) status in the country of operation whenever possible.
Contact : :firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel : +65 68732955
Ponleu Ney Kdey Sangkhum (PNKS)
Ponleu Ney Kdey Sangkhum (PNKS) is a Christian not-for-profit and non-governmental organization. The Christian Outreach Relief and Development (CORD)
started its operation in 1993 with aiming to provide support and assistance to poor people in Prey Veng province, south-eastern part of Cambodia.
Ponleu Ney Kdey Sangkhum (PNKS) was localized from CORD in order to promote sustainable local development and to handle the two projects which created by CORD for Education for Good Health.
PNKS was officially registered with Ministry of Interior in January 2001. Presently,
there are PNKS’s operation in three provinces of Cambodia.
Contact : Ponleu Ney Kdey Sangkhum (PNKS)
#19B, St 145, Phsa Dermkrov, Khan Chomkarmom,
PO. Box 423, PP
Tel : +885 (0) 23 219 554
E-mail : email@example.com
Precious Women Ministry
Solida Seng : Founder and Director
The Precious Women Ministry aims to help those young women who work at Karaoke Beer Bar in Phanom Penh in order to let them choose a better life. Initiated by Ms. Solida Seng in 2010, The Precious Women Ministry has been sponsored by Glenn Miles, who work with Love 46, a NGO organization based in U.S.A. which has been already engaged in the fight against sex traficking in many country across the globe. Precious Women is now fully operational and it help woman from Karoke Beer Bar establishments across Phanom Penh to build a new life.
Contact : Precious Women Ministry
06, Street87BT, Sangkat Boeung Tompun,
Khan Mean Chey, Phanom Penh
Phanom Penh 3
Tel : +855 1561 9532
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rose Charities in Cambodia
Dr. Hang Vora Founder and Director
Rose Charities is a group of independent organizations base in several countries. It is not-for-profit organization aiming to rehabilitate people to a better, more productive life. Rose Charities International has started in Cambodia in 1998 aiming to deliver effective, sustainable programs directly to those in need, with minimal bureaucracy and with transparency at every stage.
Rose Charities run by volunteers, its administration costs are kept to bare minimum, with 98% of donations going to directly to support its work.
The Rose Charities Cambodia is a registered Cambodian Charitable organization which runs Cambodia's foremost sight center for the poor. The Charities was founded by Dr. Hang Vora, the Sight Center's Director.
The First Rose Charities Project in Cambodia originated in 1998 conducting rehabilitative surgery, cleft-palate, burn and land-mine victims. The Projects now cover a far greater range, including education support, holistic physical rehabilitation as well as the original eye and rehabilitative surgery.
Rose Charities has initiated the first new physiotheraphy treatment and training center in Cambodia for extensive work with truama victims, surgery patient and disabled.
Rose Eye Clinic Cambodia provides free treatment on cataract and other surgery.
The Rose Cambodia Sight Center run and managed by Cambodian with closed support
from Rose Newzealand, Canada and USA.
Contact : Rose Charities Preah Kettomealea Plastic Surgery Center
1870 Ogden Ave. Operation First Main Office
Vancouver, BC, Chey Chumneas Referral Hospital
V6J 1A1, Canada National Road 2
Tel : +1-604-733-0442 Takhmao Town, Kandal Province
Fax : +1-810-592-0595 Cambodia
E-Mail : email@example.com Tel : 097-924-5713
Fax : 024-985-767
Safe Haven Children's Trust
Ms. Benedicta Bywater : Founding Commitee and CEO
: Director of Mlop Children's Home
Safe Haven Children's Trust was founded in March 2009 and registered as United Kingdom Charity in July 2009. Its aims are to help orpaned, abandoned children, vulnerable young children and babies in Cambodia by giving them the safty and comfort where they need both physical and emotional when they are in crisis.
The operation of Safe Haven Children's Trust as a charity is based in U.K. The charity
give grants and provide aid with support to a children's Center Home in Cambodia. The center is named Mlop Children's Home.
The Mlop Children's Home is a registered NGO in Cambodia which work in partnership with Safe Haven Children's Trust to support poor children and their families aiming to prevent child abadonment and keep family together. Where that is impossible the Charity aims to give a loving home to children exploring ways to ensure that the children have the best future possible.
Safe Haven Children's Trust and Mlop Children's Home has their co-missions to give Cambodian children the best start in life by providing five key services.
1. Long-Term Residental Care :
2. Crisis Care:
3. Day Care Services :
4. Parenting Support :
5. Rehoming :
Contact : Safe Haven Children's Trust
96 Brondesbury Villas
+44 (0)7702 887957
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Marie Cammal : Founder
Sok Sabay is a registered charity that aims to care for Cambodia children with a shelter in Phnom Penh.
Its aims to help vulnerable young children an opportunity to obtain health care and education.
Contact : Sok Sabay Association
Centre for the Protection of Mistreated Children
P.O. Box 427Phnom Penh.
Tel : (855) 12 871 752
Star Kampuchea (SK) is a Cambodian non-profit and non-partisan organization. It was established and officially recognized by the Ministry of Interior on August 1st, 1997 which its aims to building democracy by strengthening civil society by working with local NGO’s and then focuses on direct support for selected communities which are suffering from natural resource conflicts and claiming people rights to sustainable management of natural resources.
Contact : Star Kampuchea
No. 71, Street 123, Sangkat Toul Tompoung 1,
Khan Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh
Tel : (855) 23-211-612
Fax : (855) 23-211-812
unicef is an agency of United Nation which works in Cambodia to promote and protect the right of children. In partnership with government, civil society, NGOs and development partner, the
current UNICEF country program seeks to ensure that all children in Cambodia have a healthy, clean and protective environment in which to thrive and reach to their high potential.
UNICEF-Cambodia's mission is to fulfill its mandate to promote and protect the right of children and women with its endeavours to achieve sustainable systemic change through its cooperation, programs and projects supported on the principal purpose of identifying and generating evidence with good practice for potential mainstreaming into national programes and policies.
Contact : United Nations Children's Fund Cambodia
No. 11, Street 75, Sangkat Sraschark
P.O.Box 176, Phnom Penh
Tel : (855) 23 426 214/5
Fax :(855) 23 426 284
Wildlife Alliance began its life in 1994 as the Global Survival
Network, the organization has worked with local governments, communities, and other non-governmental organizations to implement cutting-edge conservation programs in Southeast Asia, Russia, South
America, and the Western Pacific.
New York Office Cambodia Office
1441 Broadway, 5th Floor No. 86, Street 123
New York, NY 10018 Toultompong I Precinct phone: 646-569-5860 Chamcamon District
email: email@example.com Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Working For Children (WFC)
Mr. Pean Pol : Executive Director
Working For Children (WFC) is a registered, not-for-profit charity committed No. 190 to assisting orphans, poors, vulnerable children and to improve the school environment including rural communities development in Siem Reap Province. The WFC does not receive any assistance from government and NGO but relying on donations from visiting tourist to Seam Raep Ankhor, and charity activities only.
WFC was established in 2007 as a partnership between retired teachers and villagers. The charity is staffed by Cambodians working towards a safer and better future for Cambodian children.
WFC's mission is to ensure that less fortunate children in the rural communities are cared and given opportunities which will enable the to break of the cycle of poverty.
Rainbow Orphanage :
The Rainbow Orphanage was formed in 2007. At present, there are 34 orphans, 19 girls and 15 boys living in the orphanage which has become their home and sanctualy.
Akids School Project:
The school provide free education in languages Khmer, basic education including sawing and computer skills to help meet the needs of poor children.
Eco Farm Projects 2013-2014 :
To make the Rainbow Orphanage self-sufficient, also provide a training ground for the children and role medel for local villager in animal husbandry, crop development and food productions.
Community Development Program :
To respond to the growing step of children in Rainbow Orphanage.
Volunteer : in need
Contact : Working for Children (WFC)
Phum Ka Aktom, Khum Reul
Srok Puok, Siem Reap
Tel : +855 12 963 870
+855 12 688 555
Vulnerable Children Assistance Organization
Vulnerable Children Assistance Organization (VCAO) was founded in 1994 and has been operating its programs in difference provinces in Cambodia on prevention and protection children from violence, sexual abuse, traficking and exploitation.
Vulnerable Children Assistance Organization aims to ensure all children live with care and development in secure and safe environment, without violence, sexual abuse, traficking and exploitation.
Vulnerable Children Assistance Organization (VCAO)
#72 St. 608 Sangkat Boeung Kok II
Karn Toul Kork, Phanom Penh,
Tel : (855) 23 884 722
Hotline : (855) 12 846 422
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org