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  1. “We deserve safety. We deserve love. We deserve an education”

      It’s been a while since I’ve made it to Cambodia. Having two surgeries earlier this year had set me back a little. Recently I returned to Singapore from my forth trip with the Riverkids Project teaching the Get Ready Girls. The ages for enrollment into the GRG are 11-21. [There is a...
  2. New job, returning to school and letter-writing.

    September sees a month of housekeeping on information and documentation. We have completed filing of 40 clients’ photographs into the family’s profiles. Proper documentation of clients who will be studying at state schools and private schools were also done. The latest figure for Hungry Children program is 23 clients where...
  3. How Riverkids gives hope to at-risk youths in Cambodia

    The Get Ready Program is an important first step to introduce young men and women into the workforce. The program for boys and girls runs for six months with full day classes five days a week. The young students, who usually have had little education, are taught Khmer, maths, life...
  4. 74 Riverkids children start grade school!

    In September, 74 young boys and girls graduated from our Kindergarten and started attending the grade school classes. Our focus for these children is to encourage them to enter the State school and move to our school support program. At the same time, 77 grade school students graduated this month...
  5. Lots of other activities help to improve attendance in class

      In a blink of an eye, 18 students graduated from the computer and English programs. It was heartening to see them pick up new skills and eventually applying what they had learnt to their daily lives and work. Although there were students who attended classes regularly, there were also...
  6. Day out for our Get Ready teenagers

    Our Get Ready Program aims to prepare teenage boys and girls who are high at risk for exploitation to go through intensive training and provide them with a chance to go back to school or secure safe employment. In addition to academic courses such as Khmer Literacy, English and Mathematics...
  7. Stories of our children

    Learning to write Khmer characters, participating in sewing workshops in the Bootstrap Program, and returning to Riverkids even after living through homelessness, HIV/AIDS, and domestic violence. These are the stories of our children. From the child who collects trash after school to the young boy who continues to study while...
  8. Riverkids Microbusiness in the business!

    The Micro-Business Department had a busy, productive July. Nearly 100 school uniforms were made for the Montessori and Asian Hope schools. We created a draft of our Bootstrap Policy and training materials for a new entrepreneurial workshop. Five women were placed in paid sewing positions with a textiles company, and...
  9. Get Ready Girls cycle 11 graduates

    The Get Ready Program for girls saw 12 girls graduating from cycle 11, which took place from May 2nd to July 30th, 2014. We are happy to report that the students have since progressed in the following study path: Five girls are now enrolled in Westline School – one in...

The latest reports:

  1. New job, returning to school and letter-writing.

    September sees a month of housekeeping on information and documentation. We have completed filing of 40 clients’ photographs into the family’s profiles. Proper documentation of clients who will be studying at state schools and private schools were also done. The latest figure for Hungry Children program is 23 clients where...
  2. How Riverkids gives hope to at-risk youths in Cambodia

    The Get Ready Program is an important first step to introduce young men and women into the workforce. The program for boys and girls runs for six months with full day classes five days a week. The young students, who usually have had little education, are taught Khmer, maths, life...
  3. 74 Riverkids children start grade school!

    In September, 74 young boys and girls graduated from our Kindergarten and started attending the grade school classes. Our focus for these children is to encourage them to enter the State school and move to our school support program. At the same time, 77 grade school students graduated this month...
  4. Lots of other activities help to improve attendance in class

      In a blink of an eye, 18 students graduated from the computer and English programs. It was heartening to see them pick up new skills and eventually applying what they had learnt to their daily lives and work. Although there were students who attended classes regularly, there were also...
  5. Day out for our Get Ready teenagers

    Our Get Ready Program aims to prepare teenage boys and girls who are high at risk for exploitation to go through intensive training and provide them with a chance to go back to school or secure safe employment. In addition to academic courses such as Khmer Literacy, English and Mathematics...
  6. Stories of our children

    Learning to write Khmer characters, participating in sewing workshops in the Bootstrap Program, and returning to Riverkids even after living through homelessness, HIV/AIDS, and domestic violence. These are the stories of our children. From the child who collects trash after school to the young boy who continues to study while...
  7. Riverkids Microbusiness in the business!

    The Micro-Business Department had a busy, productive July. Nearly 100 school uniforms were made for the Montessori and Asian Hope schools. We created a draft of our Bootstrap Policy and training materials for a new entrepreneurial workshop. Five women were placed in paid sewing positions with a textiles company, and...
  8. Get Ready Girls cycle 11 graduates

    The Get Ready Program for girls saw 12 girls graduating from cycle 11, which took place from May 2nd to July 30th, 2014. We are happy to report that the students have since progressed in the following study path: Five girls are now enrolled in Westline School – one in...
  9. Helping new mums help their babies

    During the month of July, Healthy Mom Happy Baby made home visits to nine women, and gave family support to five women. HMHB also brought five women to receive pre-natal checks and tetanus shots. One woman graduated from HMHB and one new woman enrolled. Baby materials were given to a...

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