top of page


Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul

Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul are Catholic Missionaries from the Philippines who have served the poor and the marginalized in Phnom Penh, Pailin, and Takeo since 2000.   In Phnom Penh, they opened part of their humble dwelling in the heart of karaoke and bars as a learning center for children living in the slum villages nearby. They also operate another learning center in the factory zones where children are often left alone by parents who work long hours in the factories.

Sr. Eulie Drescula is the team leader of nine sisters serving in three provinces in Cambodia. We have supported Daughters of Charity through various projects since April 2017.

For more information about Daughters of Charity, please go to the following link:

Founded in 2004 by Phan Bora, PFDO is a charitable organization supporting low-income families in crises related to health and domestic conflicts.  They run a daycare center and provide pre-school education for over fifty children aged 4-6. They also take care of seven HIV+ children aged 3-17 who stay in a house built and named "Peace Home" by PFDO.

Peace Family Home Children (PFDO)

Since 2014, PFDO has been involved with school facilities improvement projects as well as with organizing career workshops for local high school students. We have partnered with them for various educational projects since February 2017.

For more information about PFDO, please go to the following link:

  • Facebook Social Icon


With the support of social workers who serve underprivileged families, we have organised  English classes and fun activities at various family service centres. We also collaborate with social workers of selected schools to provide funds for students with urgent financial needs. We design programmes to build up their confidence and self-esteem.

bottom of page