Promoting access to quality education for children and youth across Northern Cambodia.

Our Programs 

Uniforms & Supplies

Distributions at the beginning of each school year to remove one of the greatest obstacles to attending public school: students must have a uniform and their own supplies.

Bicycles

Awarding bicycles to all Grade 6 graduates to make the ride to the nearest secondary school possible, and to the top two students in Grades 4 and 5 as a secondary incentive.

Food & Wellness

Nutritious meals every morning before school, clean water, first aid, sanitary hygiene, and toothbrushing programs to keep students healthy and ready to learn.

Teacher Support

Providing teacher training and enabling teachers to support themselves by supplementing the low government salary with teacher stipends. 

Residential Housing

Housing for secondary and high school students from areas in the countryside where there is no access to upper level education.  

Technology

Seven computer labs offering MS Office, media, robotic Legos, and computer literacy courses for teachers and students.  

Enrichment Programs

Extracurricular English courses, arts & crafts, science, ukulele, chess, and football offerings to provide students with the opportunity to break out from the standard of rote learning and build their academic character.

High School Scholarships

Providing students with the support needed to enroll in extra-tuition classes and pass the Grade 12 exam, a crucial step towards reaching University.

University & Vocational Training Scholarships

University tuition scholarships, living stipends, and vocational training to enable meaningful employment for students reaching the highest academic level. 

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Recent News 

Get Real: The Way We Learn

Get Real: The Way We Learn

This year will be the first year that an entire graduating class of Koh Ker Primary School alumni will continue onto High School in Siem Reap. But in order to truly know where they are going, you must first understand where they have been.

“What Education Means To Me”

“What Education Means to Me”

Sothy is one of the first PLF students to graduate University, a fantastic achievement. Here is his story, in his words. 

STUDENT BLOG: Protecting Wildlife And Forestry

STUDENT BLOG: Protecting Wildlife and Forestry

The forest is the location for small trees and all kinds of animals where they live together. It is the natural resource of design to do everything. We should take care of all these resources, which we already have because it is very important for young generation and for our country future also.

STUDENT BLOG: Climate Change

STUDENT BLOG: Climate Change

Among the region of Southeast Asia, Cambodia is one of the  countries that is most vulnerable to climate change. Countries are affected by  climate change because people do not understand the benefit of nature: land,   forests, water resources, and fisheries, for example.

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“We will educate our children. We will do it one by one, step by step.”  -Ponheary Ly 

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