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  • Ammo Jewellery

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: class/workshop, souvenirs, jewellery shop, handicrafts
    Ammo is an exciting brand of women and men's jewellery, hand-made in Cambodia using recycled bullet casings, brass, silver, and pearls, complemented this with Cambodian silk and leather. Ammo Jewellery Design provides apprenticeship training for young, disadvantaged or disabled Cambodians from Siem Reap province.
  • Cambodian Rural Development Tours

    Kratie Town, Cambodia
    Categories: ecotourism, tour operator
    Cambodian Rural Development Tours (CRDTours) specialise in offering unique travel experiences in the provinces of Kratie and Stung Treng. Whether its cycling alongside the Mekong River, living with a local community assisting in conservation projects or savouring local delicacies, each activity booked is making a positive contribution to the places you visit and the locals you meet. All funds generated by the tours directly supporting local communities and environmental conservation.
  • Cambolac Art & Souveniers

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: artwork
    Started in 2011, Cambolac produces and sells high quality souvenirs, creating jobs for local community in the context of booming tourism in Cambodia. By 2014, Cambolac provides about 60 employments, among which half are hearing impaired young adults and others are vulnerable poor populations from Angkor’s Park.
  • Charity Tours Cambodia

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: tour operator, homestay
    Charity Tours Cambodia is a unique, socially conscious tour operator that offers a range of tours, homestays and volunteer opportunities in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The most popular tours run daily to Angkor Wat, while others offer tourists the opportunity to visit local communities and to stay with a Khmer family.
  • Connecting Hands Training Cafe Cambodia

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Connecting Hands Cafe is a training cafe that provides opportunities to young women who have come from highly vulnerable backgrounds such as human trafficking, violence & abuse.
  • Elephant Valley Project

    Sen Monorom, Cambodia
    Categories: ecotourism, animal sanctuary
    The Elephant Valley Project is an ecotourism project that provides an alternative approach to elephant care, rehabilitation and conservation. Located 11km from Sen Monorom in Mondulkiri province, it is part of The Elephant Livelihood Initiative Environment. (E.L.I.E) is a non-government organization (NGO) that manages several different wild and captive elephant-based programs in the province.
  • eOCambo Hospitality Group

    Siem Reap
    Categories: hotel/guesthouse
    eOcambo Hospitality Group is a 100% locally owned Siem Reap based Hotel operator with more than 15 years experience in delivering high quality and innovative experiences to visitors from all over the world. They have 3 properties in Siem Reap: eOcambo Village, eOcambo Residence and eOcambo Resort & Spa that are located within easy walking distance from the Pub Street and Night Market areas. <more info/> They give 5% of their profits to support the underprivileged in Siem Reap through various community projects through their eOcambo Community Foundation to improve the lives of Cambodian people. They support initiatives that focus upon Education, improved Living Conditions, the Environment and supporting Sustainable Tourism for the benefit of all in the Siem Reap community.
  • Epic Cafe

    Kampot, Cambodia
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Opened in 2006, Epic Cafe is a Social Enterprise of Epic Arts, an organisation working to challenge perceptions around disability through the arts in Kampot. The cafe provides employment opportunities for local people with disabilities and is a model for an inclusive working environment. It describes itself as a 'happy cafe', sharing the message of happiness and serving food and drinks in a positive environment.
  • Friends the Restaurant

    Phnom Penh
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Friends the Restaurant is famous not only in Phnom Penh but across the world. Over 10 years in operation, this vibrant and colourful training restaurant has become a must-visit place on any trip to the Cambodian capital. Located near the National Museum, it is famous for its legendary frozen shakes and daiquiris and its delicious blend of Asian and Western style tapas.
  • Genevieve's Fair Trade Village

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: artwork, clothing shop, jewellery shop, class/workshop, handicrafts, fashion/accessories
    Genevieve's Fair Trade Village (GFTV) is a fair trade marketplace for artisans and craftspeople with disabilities to sell their products. Stop in for ethical souvenirs to take home with you and support people living with disabilities in Siem Reap. Visitor can also participate in workshops run by local artisans. For example: Handmade papermaking, jewellery making, or handmade notebook making Bookings essential, see: