Partner Organizations

Angkor Hospital for ChildrenAngkor Hospital for Children

Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) serves as the pediatric department for Siem Reap’s Provincial Hospital, but also treats children from neighboring provinces. Providing outpatient, inpatient, acute, emergency, surgical, low-acuity, dental and ophthalmologic care, AHC has treated almost 500,000 children since 1999. Currently the outpatient department sees 300-400 children each day and maintains 50 inpatient beds. Patients are asked to pay a nominal fixed fee per visit if they can afford to do so – all treatment and inpatient care is free of charge.

Compassionate EyeCompassionate Eye Foundation

Compassionate Eye Foundation is an innovative non-profit organization founded on the principle that creative people as a community could and want to make a positive difference in the world.

Each year on or around June 21st, the Summer Solstice, photographers and their crews around the world produce a one day stock photo shoot. The royalty revenues generated through image licensing at Getty Images are donated to CEF. This provides a significant portion of our funding model in addition to private and corporate donations.

The Lake Clinic

The Lake Clinic is a project dedicated to bringing basic healthcare, as well as disease surveillance and proper medical referrals to a severely isolated and underserved region of Cambodia, the Tonle Sap Lake.

Stung Treng Women's Development Centre

Stung Treng Women's Development Centre (SWDC) is located in Sre Po village near the Sekong River, in remote Stung Treng Province, North East of Cambodia. Our project focuses on developing life skills that assist in breaking the cycle of poverty and illiteracy for vulnerable people, especially women in our region.

Feeding Dreams CambodiaFeeding Dreams Cambodia

Feeding Dreams Cambodia is a Community School, building capacity at the grassroots; providing education to poor children and adults, helping them become leaders in their own communities.

 

 

 

Medical Action MyanmarMedical Action Myanmar (MAM)

Many of the poorest people in Myanmar cannot afford the health services they need. To tackle the urgent medical needs MAM supports a network of clinics where a package of basic health activities are provided. The aim is to work on a large scale in order to be most (cost-) effective. Activities will focus on medical treatment, but this will be combined with preventive activities if appropriate, depending on the epidemiology of the specific disease.