Rating: 4.92 stars 38 38 reviews
Children & Youth, Education, International, Philanthropy
2401 S. Downing St. Denver CO 80210 USA
Asian Hope’s passion is to dramatically alter the future of vulnerable children in Cambodia through life-changing programs of Christian education and community development.
Asian Hope's major achievements include: • the successful graduation of college of fifteen, previously at-risk youth from Asian Hope's programs through the higher education and leadership preparation program (HELP). • Over $2 million awarded in scholarships. • Two highly-esteemed schools, one of which is internationally accredited, serve over 600 students. • In our Village Development Program (VDP), we have seen the growth of our "Catch-Up" schools expand to three sites. In just one year the number of children being served has grown from 209 to 350. • We have been able to help provide over 700 water filters to families and the local government school. • Over 500,000 meals served since 1999.
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Asian Hope Schools: highly respected schools in Phnom Penh (Asian Hope International School and Logos International School). Higher Education and Leadership Preparation (H.E.L.P.): scholarships to children attend universities around the world who will then return to Cambodia upon graduation. Village Development Programs: provides education support services to children, families and schools in impoverished villages along with programs of health and safety education for the community and local church support.
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This organization has a sustainable approach in educating and equipping Cambodian Children. Not only does it provide hope for the children of this country, but for the country itself. This organization has narrow, practical goals, and this organization meets and exceeds its goals every year.
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