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Indochina Starfish Foundation (ISF): An NGO committed to changing the lives of disadvantaged children in Cambodia.

EDUCATION PROGRAMME

Education is a fundamental human right. We believe that every child, regardless of where they were born, has the right to education, healthcare and support. Our work focuses on increasing access to educa­tion, improving school retention, and strengthening the quality of educational experience for severely underprivileged children and young people living in the slums of Phnom Penh.  Read more…

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

The children in our programmes do not exist in isolation; they live in vibrant, close-knit and complex communities. ISF believes it is essential to work with our children’s families, who live on the fringes of society and experience economic hardship every day. We support their families to ensure that when our students go home at the end of the day, they arrive in safe and caring homes. Read more…

FOOTBALL PROGRAMME

ISF uses football as a tool for development; delivering interactive and informative education to the children in our programme. We teach all players about the dangers of drugs, smoking, alcohol and gambling. In addition, ISF provides regular training on social issues such as human rights, trafficking, domestic violence, gender equality and self-respect to the players. Read more…

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Today we would like to say thank you to our wonderful ISF volunteer Peter Tyner. Peter first volunteered at ISF in 2015 and came back again in October 2016 for three months. He worked in the English Programme in both ISF centres, but spent most of his time at ISF Chbar Ampov. He not only taught English, but he also helped look for useful teaching resources, trying to help ISF English Teachers. Together they worked to develop an English curriculum for ISF, which is trying to ensure that all teaching is working to deliver the same type of learning outcomes at all levels and across both centres.

Thank you Peter for donating your valuable skills and time to ISF. You will be missed and we hope to see you back again soon!

Seiha Kong, Operations Manager Chbar Ampov
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Today we would like to say thank you to our wonderful ISF volunteer Peter Tyner. Peter first volunteered at ISF in 2015 and came back again in October 2016 for three months. He worked in the English Programme in both ISF centres, but spent most of his time at ISF Chbar Ampov. He not only taught English, but he also helped look for useful teaching resources, trying to help ISF English Teachers. Together they worked to develop an English curriculum for ISF, which is trying to ensure that all teaching is working to deliver the same type of learning outcomes at all levels and across both centres.

Thank you Peter for donating your valuable skills and time to ISF. You will be missed and we hope to see you back again soon!

Seiha Kong, Operations Manager Chbar Ampov

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Neil CutlerPlease pass on our thanks to Peter. Doing good and having a good time at the same time- that's ISF,

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