CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC DEVELOPMENT
To enable the children to benefit from their cultural heritage and grow by (re)discovering their traditions, arts and crafts.
From the outset in the refugee camps, Krousar Thmey set up cultural exhibitions for the general public – such as the exhibition “Rice fields : two cultures to be discovered”, in all the camps on the Thai border in 1992 – and initiated art courses for children: music, traditional dances and shadow theater were to continue to live beyond their old masters. Nowadays, the program is divided into two parts: the School of Khmer arts and culture open all year, and art classes in the structures of the association for all children in care.
Ann arrived at Krousar Thmey Takmao protection center when he was 5 years old. His life changed a lot since he entered Krousar Thmey’s shelter. At 14 years old, he is now studying in grade 6 in public school. Simultaneously, he learned how to play several Khmer traditional instruments such as drum, Roneat and even Skor.
Read his story
DISCOVER THE PROJECTS OF THIS PROGRAM
SCHOOL OF KHMER
ARTS AND CULTURE
To offer a quality teaching of traditional khmers arts for children of the sector, and give access to Cambodian culture for population living in remote areas.
DANCE AND MUSIC FOR DEAF,
BLIND OR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN
To use arts as a therapy, in order to develop self confidence and provide a mean of expression to children with disabilities or victims of difficult family situations.
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...
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...
Today, Academic Career and Counselling team of Krousar Thmey organized a half day training workshop on theme of “Good Team Spirit” to 28 deaf students from grade 7 to grade 9 which is conducted by the Ministry of Hearing Impaired from Singapore comprising of deaf and...