New Dream of Cambodian Children Organization
Education Against Poverty
New Dream of Cambodian Children Organization (NDCCO) is non-profit organization located in Phneachey Village, in the outskirts of Siem Reap, Cambodia. NDCCO was founded in 2014 and was registered as an official NGO in 2018 with the government of Cambodia under number 2197. We provide free education, school meals, and community support to underprivileged children and families living outside Siem Reap. To learn more, read our story.
NDCCO COVID-19 Crisis Appeal
Due to the Global Pandemic, virtually all funding has disappeared, putting the NDCCO organization into a severe crisis. It desperately needs funds to pay teachers and feed the children.
To help secure a future for the children and their families, please donate today!
Paving the road for impoverished kids to a better life and a brighter future for themselves and their community.
Providing free and sustainable quality education to over 200 kids from underprivileged backgrounds in order to empower them and to give them the opportunity to break free of the poverty circle.
Our Core Values
We are doing our best to improve life of the children and their family but we are fully aware that sometimes our best is not enough. We are acting out of self-interest.
We believe children have the unalienable right to get access to basic quality education. We help them with kindness, care and integrity.
We run an honest and transparent organisation that ensures accountability to our donors, sponsors, partners, volunteers, and, most of all, our students.
We strive to keep families united by providing educational resources and support to the community.
Our willingness to fight illiteracy, malnutrition and poverty is unshakable.
We are providing free English lessons, five days a week, to 120 kids range 6-17 years old.
We offer on-site nutritious meals to students, providing vital nourishment to keep the children at school.
Our objective is to develop self-reliance and self empowerment both in individuals and within the village community.