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CHANGE YOU CAN BELIEVE IN

We support children in Cambodia today so they can support themselves and their community tomorrow.

STOP TRAUMA IN ITS TRACKS

End the exploitation and trafficking of children in Cambodia.

EVERY CHILD DESERVES A CHANCE

Education is not a luxury.
It's a basic right of all children.

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Investing in tomorrow’s children

Children’s Future currently supports approximately 250 students 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.

Well-Being

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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.

Education

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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.

Community

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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
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CFI’s Programs

What’s New

Blog

Just For Kicks Football Coach

Just For Kicks (JFK) is a program from the Enabling Leadership (EL) organization in India which was created to develop young people’s life-skills like communication and leadership using football. Recently, EL partnered with CFI [...]

April 8th, 2020|

COVID-19

Dear CFI Family and Friends, We hope this email finds you all safe and well. The global COVID-19 pandemic is causing disruption and confusion, so we thought we should update you on how CFI [...]

March 18th, 2020|

A Day In My Life

Mony is 11 years old. He’s one of the youngest members in CFI’s reporter club. He’s in grade six at Sorm M’nos Elementary School. He has written once and now he’s happy to share [...]

March 2nd, 2020|

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