The first Cambodian Foundation helping disadvantaged children,
building a world in which children are empowered to grow into independent and responsible adults.
MILLION USD BUDGET
PROVINCES IN CAMBODIA
DEVELOP A RECOGNIZED CAMBODIAN SIGN LANGUAGE
The sign language committee was formed in 2013 due to the emergence of a Cambodian sign language through various organizations. Including both deaf and hearing members, the committee successfully developed the Khmer sign language and is now responsible for his improvement, adapting textbooks for each grade while circulating a specialized dictionary.
In order to disseminate it to the deaf community of Cambodia, the committee will be in charge of the training of specialized teachers and interpreters. as well as to families and relatives of deaf students that have been identified.
During the Ceremony of transfer of Krousar Thmey's five special schools to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS), Benoît Duchâteau-Arminjon symbolically handed in the keys of our schools to the Cambodian Government, with the Cambodian Prime Minister S.E....read more
Benoît Duchâteau-Arminjon, founder of Krousar Thmey, received for the second time an award from World of Children honoring his action and that of the Foundation for the benefit of underprivileged children in Cambodia. Visit the page dedicated to Korusar Thmey To help...read more
2500 children in the public schools of Sen Sok district will benefit from a hearing screening organized in collaboration with the School Health department of the Cambodian Ministry of Education, in order to identify children...read more