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About Us

Khmer Akphiwat Khmer Organization (KAKO) is an NGO active in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It focuses on providing non-formal education such as health education and scholarship programs, in impoverished villages around Siem Reap. Currently it provides access to schools to more than 200 children and access to sanitary facilities to around 670 villagers. KAKO is advised by Philanthropy Connections, an NGO based in Thailand, and an international group of board members.

KAKO's Projects

KAKO Scholarship Program

Based on KAKO’s illiteracy survey in 2002, we found out that many of children did not enroll in school or dropped out of school before completing primary education, even though they are willing to study.

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Basic Education

With the help of Philanthropy Connections, KAKO established three pre-schools. 125 children between the age of four and five are taught basic knowledge, learn songs, play educational games and most importantly get accustomed to visiting a school.

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Community Learning Centers

The Community Learning Centers serves not only as a room where trainings and classes can take place, but also where people can read books and newspapers to educate themselves.

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Sanitary Facilities

Philanthropy Connections has funded the construction of 134 toilets, thereby improving the living conditions of around 670 people.

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Tertiary education scholarship program

For the first time, a graduate of our secondary education program has started a higher education degree in 2015

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Our operations are only possible with the continuous support from the public.

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Social Needs in Cambodia

History of Cambodia

In 1975, the Khmer Republic collapsed after 119 days of offensives by the Communist troops. The Communist Party of Kampuchea (CPK; also known as the Khmer Rouge) started to reshape the country into a classless society by relocating…

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Situation in Cambodia

As a result of the Khmer Rouge regime and the subsequent civil war, Cambodia has a strikingly young population with more than 50% of the people being younger than 23 years of age. The country’s official language is Khmer, which is…

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