​Population         900,000
Poverty Rate     45% 

Siem Reap Province, Cambodia


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VISITING SIEM REAP?  BOOK A TOUR!


VIR ANGKOR TOURS™ ​is a one of a kind tour - 100% of your proceeds goes back towards funding programs for the poor.

We provide tours to notable destinations such as Angkor Wat but also to far out places such as the provincial countryside. Furthermore, every tour is personalized and tailored to your liking.



MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION


Did you know that it only costs $75 to build a latrine for a village? Or only $10 to provide a school uniform for a Cambodian child?

Your dollar goes a long way, and we make every cent count. 




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CAPACITY BUILDING IN THE COMMUNITY

PROGRAM


This program provides civil rights

education and emergency assistance.



CURRENT PROJECTS INCLUDE:
CHILD RIGHTS EDUCATION |

GENDER + DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EDUCATION |

LAND LAW EDUCATION + ASSISTANCE |

MIGRATION ASSISTANCE |

HOUSE REPAIR GRANTS |

DISASTER RELIEF SUPPORT |

​​​​​THE HEALTH & HYGIENE PROJECT


​This project provides education, training and infrastructure support to improve health measures within the community.



CURRENT PROJECTS INCLUDE:
LATRINE BUILDING PROJECT |
PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROJECTS |

WATER FILTRATION PROJECT |

EDUCATION ON HAND HYGIENE |

SAFE COOKING PRACTICES |

HEALTH REFERRALS |

​​​THE LIVELIHOOOD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT


This project assists individuals to create a sustainable income, teaching business and agricultural skills and supporting the creation of small business enterprises.​ 


CURRENT PROJECTS INCLUDE:

HOME GARDEN PROJECT |

CHICKEN RAISING PROJECT | 

SAVINGS PROJECT | 

COW BANK PROJECT | 

GRANTS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES | 



Our projects work with the most vulnerable in society and are focused on improving the standard of living within

the community and protecting human rights. We currently have 3 main program areas:

V I R  is an independent NGO working with the poorest families in the Siem Reap province of Cambodia. VIR conducts projects to improve literacy and public health and protect human rights. With this assistance, vulnerable people can break the poverty cycle, address social and economic issues affecting them, and express their own ideas through participatory decision-making.

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