Education plays a central role in the development of future democratic leaders, the eradication of poverty, the promotion of gender equality, and improving the overall health and wellbeing of rural and urban communities.
Recognizing that educational access is interlinked with a number of social issues, the holistic scope of our work addresses nutritional standards, transportation, basic health care,
housing, and infrastructure projects focused on providing electricity and clean water. We believe that in order for children to learn, they must have food security, a stable place to live, a
mode of transit to get to school, and the access to medical care when required—the same everyday supports that should be afforded to children throughout the world.
Through a wide array of programs, PLF currently reaches nearly 2,800 children and young people across Cambodia’s Siem Reap and Preah Vihear provinces in grades kindergarten through University.
If a specific program is speaking to you, be sure to designate it.
A recent addition to PLF programs has to do with the delivery of food and hygiene supplies to 800 of our most vulnerable students.
All donations to general funds will be pouring into that effort until such time as schools reopen and we can resume with our very robust breakfast programs.
It’s true that it takes a village and we are so very grateful to have you in ours!
Thank you for letting us be your hands in the world. They would be empty without you.