We are a haven for orphan and at risk children, families living with HIV/AIDS, and destitute elderly women. Songkrua Chun Aus Songkum (Rescue) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) registered since 2003 with the Cambodian government.
Rescue offers help to the helpless & hope to the hopeless. Rescue offers a future. Even when the children grow up and go out into Cambodian society, Rescue will always be “home”.
Rescue has 3 centre's throughout Cambodia. Rescue I is located just outside of Phnom Penh near the town Bek Chan. Rescue II is in the northern Cambodian town of Mongkol Borey, and Rescue III is nestled near the Cardamon Mountains of western Cambodia in Pailin, just minutes from the Thai border. In addition to the centre's Rescue has 3 University Dorms 'House of New Dreams' that are located in the cities of Phnom Penh & Sisophan.
Program Countries: Cambodia
Focuses: Poverty Relief
Team Lead: Sokthon Chhat - Director - NGO Rescue Cambodia; Marie Ens - Advisor - NGO Rescue Cambodia
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