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(+855) 097 96 75 042
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Technical Center for children and young people from rural areas, orphans and unprivileged communities.

Schools of Hotel Skills, Journalism & Social Communication, Tailoring, Electricity, English, IT and Secretarial, Art Communication.

The Children Fund promotes poor children back to school.

The Don Bosco Kep City is a campus with services such as cafe Internet (WiFi), laundry, web designers, tailoring, electrical service, the Don Bosco Birth House Monument, children park, in 5 rooms and the sea view.

Movie house with big screen Friday & Saturday after 7:30 PM at Prey Thom WiFi Cafe. Sport activities.

Please donate to support Cambodian youth education.
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(+855) 088 95 95 130
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Kep Children is a new organization based in Kep. The aim is to give a chance to poor children (generally living nearby the city dump) to go to Khmer school.

A contract with the family, the school principal is made. We take care of uniforms, school supplies, bicycles (tuktuk carriage is organized for small children), health and provide rice for the month.

We hope to give the opportunity to facilitate the work condition of family and for the children to have a better life.
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(+855) 015 653 371
(+855) 016 999 915
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A training centre teaching skills to assist Cambodians to gain employment. Australians and Cambodians working together.

Lunch, dinner cruises, fishing trips, overnight cruises and more available on our hospitality training vessel.

You are most welcome to visit us at Kep Gardens.
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FB: Ecole Ayravady
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Créée depuis février 2009, l’école Ayravady (anciennement école de français à Kep) a pour but de donner des cours de français, d’anglais et de soutien de khmer aux jeunes képois, gratuitement et pour tous. Elle vient en complément de l’école publique khmer.

Un centre de loisirs « Kepa Cabana » propose également aux enfants de participer à des activités sportives et manuelles et à d’autres sorties (plage, accrobranche,…). L’école et le centre de loisirs comptent environ une centaine d'élèves de 4 à 25 ans.

Le Tennis Académie de Kep (T.A.K) a ouvert ses portes grâce à l'aide de l'association française AS Kep et de la fédération de tennis cambodgienne (TFC). Le club compte une quarantaine d'adhérents de 5 à 50 ans.

Horaire d'ouverture :

Centre de Loisirs
du lundi au dimanche
9h-11h et 15h-17h

Tennis Académie de Kep
mercredi de 15h à 17h
samedi de 8h à 11h
dimanche de 15h à 17h

École
du lundi au vendredi
8h-9h : initiation à l'anglais (petits)
14h-15h : soutien de khmer (petits)
15h-16h : initiation au français (petits)
17h-18h : français et anglais (débutants)
18h-19h : français et anglais (intermédiaires)
19h-20h : français et anglais (confirmés)

Rencontrez toute l'équipe de l'école et découvrez nos actions au « Caméléon » (la maison des professeurs) ou au « Kepmandou lounge-bar » qui sont situés au cœur de Kep, dans le quartier du « Vieux Casino », entre le marché de Kep (Psar Kep) et le port pour l'île aux lapins.

Vous trouverez à la boutique de l'école robes, t-shirts, sacs à main, bracelets et cartes postales confectionnés par les élèves. L'intégralité des bénéfices est entièrement reversée à l'école.

Mais aussi chez « Kamp'Hot Chili Pepper » l'incontournable poivre de Kampot, l'irresistible sucre de palme de Kompong Speu et le fameux café arabica de Mondolkiri et de Ratanakiri !
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(+855) 097 64 82 737
There is no nursery for underprivileged families in Kep.

• LA MAISON DE KEP hosts a maximum of 20 children from 3 months to 6 years old to be prepared for entry into the local education system.
• In addition their mothers may thus consider paid work. Elder children who generally take care of their younger siblings may also attend a normal schooling.

Targeted children are those who live in disadvantaged neighborhoods and the fishing village near the structure.
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(+855) 092 849 270
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Completely handmade original pieces include coconut jewelry, traditional loom-woven scarves, recycled plastic baskets and accessories, handmade soap and more.

Our producers are from traditional farming families living and working in Cambodia's rural Chamcar Bei village. In 2008 they formed a women's cooperative to improve their livelihoods and play an active role in shaping their community.

All profits from handicraft sales go directly to the producers and to WHADA to fund their operations.

Buy our products at: Community Shop in Chamcar Bei village, the Vine Retreat, Knai Bang Chatt's Sailing Club in Kep, and Rabbit Island.
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