Children’s Future provides over 250 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.
If one were to choose three qualities that best describe Saroeung, a former student currently working as CFI’s Finance Assistant, they would have to be hard-working, entrepreneurial, and independent. When she’s not overseeing CFI’s finances, [...]
2017-09-01T11:30:24+00:00 August 31st, 2017|
In 2011 when the Heng family began working with CFI, they lived in dangerously dilapidated housing on the outskirts of Battambang and often lacked enough food for all six of the family members. The mother, [...]
2017-08-01T22:01:40+00:00 August 1st, 2017|
Pictured Above: The school manager, Samith, checks in with a student who had recently overcome behavioral issues. CFI provides a safe environment for at-risk children and young adults living in poverty to develop the skills necessary [...]
2017-06-30T21:38:11+00:00 June 30th, 2017|
Sitha* is a hard-working grade 11 student taking English and computer classes with CFI. After her mother passed away, Sitha had severe difficulties with her caretakers; today, she is in CFI’s Independent Living program, which [...]
2017-07-01T04:45:31+00:00 June 30th, 2017|
In development, as in most fields, unintended consequences are inevitable. The true test is how an organization handles those consequences. Children’s Future dealt with one such issue this month, when Kimhour, a 13-year-old grade 6 [...]