Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we're able to work to empower children and their families in Battambang. Fiona and Trish are two of our most long-standing supporters who have seen us through thick and thin. If you're ever in Tassie, be sure to visit their op shop Juey Bazaar, which has been donating all profits to CCT since 2008. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
Passionate about ending poverty? Join our team! We’re recruiting for a range of self-funded volunteer positions with the overall aim to upskill our Cambodian staff.
We're looking for an experienced Business Development Manager, Communications Coordinator, Social Worker, Education Consultant and an Adult ESL Teacher.
http://www.cambodianchildrenstrust.org/how-to-help/working-cct/... See MoreSee Less
Cambodian Children's TrustHi Lindsay, thanks for your question! As these are self-funded volunteer positions, you will need to cover the cost of your accommodation, but there are a number of cheap options here. Let us know if you have anymore questions! For more info on living costs email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!2 weeks ago
It’s been a busy month for Sammaki Gallery, one of CCT’s social enterprises. The community art space supports Battambang’s emerging young artists with workshops, a resource library and art exhibitions.
This month the exhibition 'Save the trees' focuses on the environment and the way that all of us, in rural and urban areas alike, have a responsibility to take care of it.
Learn more about Sammaki by visiting our website:
http://www.cambodianchildrenstrust.org/projects/social-enterprise/sammaki/ (5 photos) ... See MoreSee Less