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  • New Hope Cambodia Vocational Training Restaurant

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    New Hope’s Training Restaurant was established in July 2010 with the aim of teaching unemployed/uneducated Khmers valuable cooking and hospitality skills, and developing their confidence and employment opportunities. Visitors enjoy restaurant cuisine, and money generated from the restaurant goes directly to fund the community's education program, health clinic, and agricultural projects. Grassroots tours are also organized via the restaurant with funds generated going directly to support New Hope's various projects.
  • Osmose Tonle Sap

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: ecotourism, tour operator
    Osmose is a not-for-profit association that started work in 1999 in the floating village of Prek Toal in Cambodia. The project’s objectives include the conservation of the water bird colonies of Prek Toal, the protection of the environment and the sustainable development of the local communities through tourism and fair trade, helping to reduce poverty and improve the livelihood of the poorest families that live in the floating villages. Join one of their tours to support conservation efforts and sustainable development in the region.
  • Phare Ponleu Selpak Circus

    Battambang, Cambodia
    Categories: entertainment
    Phare Ponleu Selpak is an organisation that promotes community development by providing children, young adults and their families with social, educational, emotional and cultural support, mainly in the form of the arts.
  • Phare: The Cambodian Circus

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: entertainment, restaurant/cafe
    Phare: The Cambodian Circus is a nightly circus performance blending contortion, juggling, acrobatics and aerial arts with theatre and modern dance forms. The organization began in 1986 as a way to help Cambodian children process trauma from the war. They began shows in Battambang, and in February 2013, Phare the Cambodian Circus presented its first outdoor show in Siem Reap for visitors from around the world. Since then, they have grown to be the number one non-temple attraction in Siem Reap. The Phare Circus was developed by Phare Ponleu Selpak (PPS), an organisation born out of a strong belief in the arts to transform the lives of young people.
  • Rehash Trash

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: artwork, class/workshop
    Rehash Trash is a Green Gecko social enterprise, working with 100+ former street children and their 32 families over the past 10 years. The organization offers a range of fun, hands-on workshops for tourists, with funds used to support training and employment initiatives.
  • Shinta Mani Angkor

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: hotel/guesthouse
    Shinta Mani is an upscale boutique hotel in the French Quarter of Siem Reap. It showcases 39 contemporary designed rooms and public spaces in a Khmer inspired design. It's well located for anyone visiting the Angkor complex. Even more, the hotel has a deeply entrenched philosophy of giving back to the community.
  • Soieries du Mekong

    Siem Reap
    Categories: souvenirs, fashion/accessories, handicrafts
    Soieries du Mekong is a social enterprise that has a retail shop in Kandall village in Siem Reap and a production unit in Banteay Chmar, an extremely remote and poor village in north-west Cambodia close to the Thai border, and a former stronghold of the Khmer Rouge. Soieries du Mékong combines French style with the traditional art of hand-weaving to produce unique silk scarves of exceptional quality by mixing natural fivres such as silk / wool / cashmere / linen etc. Between 8 to 12 hours of work is required to weave a scarf on a traditional handloom by which the weaver arranges up to 14,0000 metres of thread to create contemporary fashion pieces of rare finesse and beauty.
  • Soksabike

    Battambang, Cambodia
    Categories: tour operator, ecotourism
    Soksabike offers a wide range of great educational bicycle and walking tours around rural Battambang. The tours, led by fun and informative guides take you into local homes and businesses to see rural Cambodian life and learn about local livelihoods.
  • The Lonely Tree Café

    Battambang, Cambodia
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    The Lonely Tree Café is a pleasant little social enterprise located in the main centre of Battambang. The downstairs area is a shop where they sell traditional Khmer handmade goods crafted by physically disabled people, mostly victims of land mine accidents and poliomyelitis. The café works in association with the NGO S.A.U.C.E, a Spanish NGO that provides education, healthcare and disability services to the people of rural Battambang.
  • The Small Hotel

    Sihanoukvillem Cambodia
    Categories: hotel/guesthouse
    A small, budget hotel in downtown Sihanoukville that operates as a social enterprise to support the Goodwill Centre, a safe place for local children to spend time on enriching activities.