Current Projects

Boarding School

PSE boarding school serves the needs of two types of children and young people. Some 160 children, who are at risk of violence at home (more than half of them girls), benefit from the safety and security of the boarding facility in our Phnom Penh Centre. 250 students, whose families live too far away to...Continue reading Boarding School → ...

Rice compensation

Our families are so poor that they cannot afford to send their children to school and lose the income from their work. Rice 4 Class has been a cornerstone of PSE programs and includes the weekly distribution of 3.5kg of rice per child (sometimes more if necessary) to the most vulnerable families. $12/month is all...Continue reading Rice compensation → ...

Paillottes

The “Paillottes” are lightweight classrooms that PSE establishes in the neighborhoods where children live and attend State Schools.Many children are at risk of dropping out. Because of Covid, they could only attend school in person for 4 months over the last 21 months!Since State school is on a half-day basis only in Cambodia, PSE School...Continue reading Paillottes → ...

Race  for Rice 🍚 May 20th to June 20th JOIN US FOR OUR PHNOM PENH EXPRESS 2022 The Phnom Penh Express is a virtual trek around Cambodia, by a team of runners, bikers, walkers or swimmers who turn their physical effort into a fundraising opportunity, to support Cambodian children and their families. How To Join...Continue reading → ...

Family Life Improvement Program

The “FLIP” (Family Life Improvement Programme) created in 2011 in partnership with We World, an Italian NGO, enables the parents of our children to increase their income and thereby limit child labour and school dropout rates.

Parents (80% of them mothers) are trained over 3 to 6 months in sewing, house cleaning or cooking. They are also being helped to find and keep decent jobs.

Some of our older students who have a hard time following a longer curriculum in our vocational training tracks are also benefiting from FLIP.

AFPSE will support this program with the purchase of $3,200 worth of kitchen equipment.