Schools for Children of Cambodia (SCC)

Schools for Children of Cambodia (SCC) is a UK registered charity, working in collaboration with local Cambodia-based Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) to  improve access to and quality of education in Cambodia. SCC believes that every child has the right to a free and good-quality education. Education helps children develop the skills they need to make positive changes in their lives, and finally break free from poverty.

Our Projects

Volunteering at Anlung Pi

A photo from Nicola's last day at the school, with some of the lovely hand-made gifts the children made for her.

In May 2017 I had the opportunity to spend a month volunteering at the school and nursery in Anlung Pi, supporting the teachers in English language lessons, and what a fantastic opportunity it was!  Despite the language barriers I felt I really got to know the children well over the course of the month, and what a fantastic group of children they are, some of the happiest and grateful children I've ever come across, and witnessing first hand what this school offers them and the better future it can provide was such an eye opening experience for me.  My time in Cambodia has special place in my heart and I'll continue to support this school and similar projects in any way I can.
Nicola Black

Click for information about volunteering at Anlung Pi.

British 10K 2018

Our thanks go to Iain Robertson who ran the British 10K London for SCC on Sunday 15th July and managed to raise £460 which will be split between our three projects in Cambodia. These funds will make a huge difference to the lives of many  Cambodian children. Well done and thanks from the children in Cambodia.

AFESIP Yoga Classes
We're pleased to report that thanks to the hard work and commitment of Jan, Raphael and Charlie Brazil along with support from SCC, lots of young women in the AFESIP shelter are enjoying regular yoga classes. Not only are these classes fun, they also have proven therapeutic value in helping people recover from trauma. We'd like to thank the Brazil's, Delphine at Krama Yoga, Leslie Guyton and AFESIP for making this possible. If you want to help support these classes then donate here.