Children’s Future provides 251 marginalized children in Battambang, Cambodia, with cutting edge social work and educational services, so that they can grow to be the country’s next generation of leaders.
Ensuring that every child is happy, healthy and safe.
We make sure all students have access to food, healthcare, and emotional support, because physical and emotional health is necessary for a child’s success in school.
Equipping children with the tools they need to live happy, fruitful lives.
First, we get students into school and up to speed. Then, at our Learning Center, students can take “21st century” classes to get a great education.
Building a sustainable future from within the community.
To guarantee that students are supported in every aspect of their lives, we run monthly family workshops to educate the community on problems affecting our students.
Making a real difference
retention rate for university students.
Students at the Learning Center
Health checkups each month.
students fed daily
Make the difference today:
“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
For many children in Cambodia, home life is filled with so much trauma, violence, and discouragement that attending school is barely possible. For this reason, Children’s Future’s team of social workers strives to strengthen children’s [...]
Children’s Future International is committed to long-term support during a child’s development, the most critical time in protecting their education and deciding their future. Oftentimes, in cases like Rathana's, social workers and educators work for [...]
This September, Write Our World lead the “Cambodia Writers’ Club,” a bilingual e-book writing workshop, at our Learning Center in Battambang. The workshop was a great opportunity for our students to develop their voice and [...]
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Last week, Children’s Future welcomed 33 new students into our program. This new group consists of children who have just finished first grade. When Children’s Future performed the entry assessments, we found that only half [...]
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