The latest from Kamboo Project

The latest from Kamboo Project

Dear friends of our NGO There have been no newsletters for a while, and it’s time to report out of Kamboo Project again. This as we make tangible progress literally each and every day. Our work on the ground has continued, existing projects continue, new ones have been added, and there are new collaborators. Quality […]

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Kamboo Project is now Zewo certified

With great joy we can announce: Since the beginning of this year we are officially Zewo certified! We are capable to fullfill all 21 standards of Zewo. What does that mean? Non-profit organizations which are assessed by Zewo and comply with these standards receive the Zewo quality seal. This is awarded to reputable organizations which […]

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Thank you United Asia Charity! Welcome Kamboo Project!

Dear Friends and Followers of our NGO, A good idea… dedicated members… working projects – why does a small NGO like ours need something like a re-branding? If you do the right thing, the name and logo are not so important. It should be about the content and the results you drive. But its not […]

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Our most recent project: help through self-help!

Kouk Srok is one of the poorest communities in the Prasat Bakong District in Cambodia with 1300 inhabitants. Initially, we help to fund and erect toilets, houses and schools, but the main focus is on training the locals with our own Khmer staff, who orginially had a disadvantaged background themselves. Hygiene training, English training for […]

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Shaukhchann Peich to join as Country Head / Programme Manager

Dear followers, we would normally speak to you about programme or project work, workshops, presentations or publications. Today we can announce exciting internal progress. Shaukhchann Peich will join the Kamboo Project team as Country Manager and Programme Manager. He will also chair our Cambodian Executive Board. Chann holds a Master in Business Administration / International […]

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Breathing new life into a UNICEF well

Dear Kamboo Project supporters. In the village of Kousrok there is always something to do for me and Kamboo Project. It is in fact so much that for a few weeks we have installed an employee, Nil Chomnno, in a pilot project for three days a week to implement all current projects, to follow up […]

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