Education Program

New Hope Cambodia provides free education to impoverished students from Mondul Bei village, Siem Reap

As we recognise the vital role education plays in helping break the cycle of poverty our prime focus is providing free education for those that can least afford it. As the parents in our target area are recipients of either a Poor Card 1 or a Poor Card 2 as issued by the Cambodian Government they simply cannot afford the costs associated with educating their children.

Our students, who comprise of pre-school aged children, teenagers from the age of 15 as well as young adults, all receive free learning materials.


With their pre-school aged children at school it provides their parents the opportunity to seek meaningful employment.

Pre-school aged children are taught English, writing, basic hygiene and art. They also sing songs, play games, listen to stories and much more.

Vocational Training Support

To enhance their future employment opportunities our teenage students and young adults are taught English with a focus on phonics, public speaking, writing, reading and grammar.

They are also given access to computers which they couldn’t normally afford and taught a number of different computer applications.

We also loan computers to our older students so that they can continue their studies when at home.

The programs that our school is able to offer are only possible due to your generous support.

Your support contributes to our school’s general running costs, which include school supplies for students, essential classroom materials and teaching resources, maintenance and essential infrastructure required to provide security and a safe learning environment.