Current goals we’re working towards include: partnering with Ecosoap to provide re-purposed soap to villages, building wells during Cambodia’s difficult drought, trying to bring latrines to poor regions, and teaching future generations about new farming/fishing techniques and technology.
We also have had some successful projects in the past that we hope will become future projects again; we just currently lack funding.
The Demonstration Farm Project is done in collaboration with the Engelstoft Family Foundation in order to provide quality, relevant learning to Cambodian primary and secondary school students. Read more
Working with our partner, Eco Soap Bank, and local hotels here in Siem Reap, Cambodia, we’re bringing recycled soap to impoverished rural communities. Read more
The “Deploying Vegetable Seed Kits to Tackle Malnutrition in Cambodia” program, otherwise known as the Home Garden Project, is a joint endeavor with World Fish and AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center as a part of USAID’s Feed the Future (FTF) initiative. Read more
Project Goals: Develop sustainable rice field fishery management practices, mainly for poor aquatic resource-dependent households. Read more
The Water (A)nd Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) Project is an ongoing effort headed by TCO to improve access to and knowledge about clean water and hygiene in rural Cambodia. Read more