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  • Organisation

    The Cambodia Young Men’s Christian Association (Cambodia YMCA) has been in operation in Cambodia since 1999. As a local non-governmental organisation, the Cambodia YMCA is focused on community building that works to build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. We work through a wide variety of programmes and initiatives providing education, community services and personal development opportunities to people in Cambodia. The Cambodia YMCA has been working for nine years on the issues of early childhood, street children, youth empowerment, home base care for elderly people and other community services development including economic improvement.

    Since we first opened our doors in 2008, we have served more than 20,000 people in our programmes in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Preah Sihanuk, Kampot and other provinces.

    Our vision: Children, Youth, and Elderly People have a better living in the Communities.
    Our mission: Sharing a Common Vision to Build Sustainable Communities,
    Our Core Values: We are Caring, Respecting, Honesty, Responsibility, Inclusiveness

    We currently partner with the Asia and Pacific Alliances of YMCAs, YMCA of USA, YMCA of New Zealand, YMCA of Australia, YMCA of Japan, YMCA of Singapore, Y’s Men International and local businesses. They have been our supporters over the years. And as we continue to develop and grow, we hope to build our own sustainability to empower ourselves to support and pursue our own vision.

    • Organisation

      The Cambodia Young Men’s Christian Association (Cambodia YMCA) has been in operation in Cambodia since 1999. As a local non-governmental organisation, the Cambodia YMCA is focused on community building that works to build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. We work through a wide variety of programmes and initiatives providing education, community services and personal development opportunities to people in Cambodia. The Cambodia YMCA has been working for nine years on the issues of early childhood, street children, youth empowerment, home base care for elderly people and other community services development including economic improvement.

      Since we first opened our doors in 2008, we have served more than 20,000 people in our programmes in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Preah Sihanuk, Kampot and other provinces.

      Our vision: Children, Youth, and Elderly People have a better living in the Communities.
      Our mission: Sharing a Common Vision to Build Sustainable Communities,
      Our Core Values: We are Caring, Respecting, Honesty, Responsibility, Inclusiveness

      We currently partner with the Asia and Pacific Alliances of YMCAs, YMCA of USA, YMCA of New Zealand, YMCA of Australia, YMCA of Japan, YMCA of Singapore, Y’s Men International and local businesses. They have been our supporters over the years. And as we continue to develop and grow, we hope to build our own sustainability to empower ourselves to support and pursue our own vision.

    • Project

      TOUGH is about Transforming the lives of Old people who are Unable to Gain a Happy life (TOUGH) in the last minutes of their lives. Through our experiences working with 102 elderly people since 2012, we found that elderly people are abandoned and left out in any developmental activities. The program intends to address the concerns of older people who are living in difficult situations such as (loneliness, hunger, diseases, and disabilities) in their community in Phnom Penh. As a project of association, TOUGH hopes to promote an environment of respect, valuing care and social inclusion for the old people. It also aims to improve the quality of life by empowering old people and increase their voice in society.

      To make it happen and achieve its aims, YMCA will provide an understanding of right and justice to strengthen their voice to the policy maker and the government and the hold of the society of Cambodia accountable in ensuring they have basic nursing care as well as providing basic needs people such as food and nutrition in their own homes.

      YMCA works hard in assisting the elderly people to create their voice in order to improve their quality of life by forming the OPA. TOUGH will work with 6 existing communities and form as OPAs in three districts (Ruseykeo, Sensok, Posenchey) in Phnom Penh in partnership with the Social Affaire and Office of Social Affair of Phnom Penh including districts with listed.

  • Project

    TOUGH is about Transforming the lives of Old people who are Unable to Gain a Happy life (TOUGH) in the last minutes of their lives. Through our experiences working with 102 elderly people since 2012, we found that elderly people are abandoned and left out in any developmental activities. The program intends to address the concerns of older people who are living in difficult situations such as (loneliness, hunger, diseases, and disabilities) in their community in Phnom Penh. As a project of association, TOUGH hopes to promote an environment of respect, valuing care and social inclusion for the old people. It also aims to improve the quality of life by empowering old people and increase their voice in society.

    To make it happen and achieve its aims, YMCA will provide an understanding of right and justice to strengthen their voice to the policy maker and the government and the hold of the society of Cambodia accountable in ensuring they have basic nursing care as well as providing basic needs people such as food and nutrition in their own homes.

    YMCA works hard in assisting the elderly people to create their voice in order to improve their quality of life by forming the OPA. TOUGH will work with 6 existing communities and form as OPAs in three districts (Ruseykeo, Sensok, Posenchey) in Phnom Penh in partnership with the Social Affaire and Office of Social Affair of Phnom Penh including districts with listed.

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