KARUNA CAMBODIA is a US registered 501 (C) (3) not – for – profit organization dedicates to enriching the live of underprivileged Cambodian by:
- Alleviating the suffering of individual and community from natural disaster and beyond
- Relieving the suffering of the community in inopportune situation to be ready for the fresh start with a foundation for sustainability.
- Supporting the restituted and neglected Cambodian in making a difference in people’s lives ,uplift their community, and live out their dreams
- Promoting the spirit of sharing and caring that can truly help others and improve lives.
We dedicate to compile digitally an entire catalog of Cambodian books, manuscripts (Kraing,Sastra…), lyrics at www.elibraryofcambodia.org
- In one location
- With instant and free access to the public
- At no cost to users
- Preservation our rich history for generations to come
- Prevention of lost of information from disaster, natural or manmade….
Help neglected children living in prisons with their mothers in Cambodia
We are working on the development and implementation of the project “Children in prison” in Cambodia.
The project reaches three prisons in the country and aims at… Read More
Planting Trees #2
For Flood Relief In Battembang
Flood Relief In Kampong Thom
Khmer Flood Relief 2013
Working with volunteer students, Karuna Cambodia (www.karunacambodia.org ) will help these flood victims by providing:
- 65% of funds for rice seed/vegetable seed as a part of long term support,
- 5% of funds for health education and basic knowledge through workshops, during relief goods distribution,
- 30% of funds for rice, salt, sugar, fish sauce and various items of daily use, for immediate relief. Read More
New Homes For Low Income Cambodian Families Press Release
- Promote vegetable and crop production in villages free of charge
- Improve the diet of disadvantaged and vulnerable populations particularly pregnant or lactating women, infants and children
- Promote concept of sharing and helping in the community
- Retake Cambodian pride by producing our own healthy
- produce to make us self-sustainable… Read More
- The poor, uneducated Cambodians struggling for survival and living a tough life have little or no access to banking system. They are forced to take loan from middlemen at interest rates 40-120 percent. To repay these loans, they have to work hard all their life and in many instances have to forfeit their land/house. … Read More