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  • A loving home ...
  • Nutritious food 3 meals per day ...
  • High quality education at Khmer private school ...
  • Life Skills Programme: English
  • Vocational Skills Programme: Khmer Traditional Dancing
  • Vocational Skills Programme: Khmer Traditional Music
  • Vocational Skills Programme: Computer
  • Vocational Skills Programme: Sewing
  • Showcasing their skills ...


Since 2008 ACODO (Assisting Cambodian Orphans and the Disabled Organization) has been operating as an orphanage in Siem Reap, Cambodia. We are an audited, non-governmental, non-political, non-profit organization and officially registered charity with The Royal Cambodian Government (charity number 893). ACODO has officially accepted MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) from The Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation on the 23rd of October 2012.

artilce imgToday our orphanage provides shelter, nutritious food, healthcare, high quality educational opportunities and, above all, a loving home for 76 children who come from backgrounds of extreme poverty and depravation. It really is a special place, one of hope, aspiration and kindness.

As education is the bedrock to sustainable change all our children attend lessons in dedicated classrooms at our orphanage. As we strive towards self sufficency we have leased farmland to provide food for our orphanage and local communities.

We offer practical support to empower local communities at the grassroots level through our Indigent Family Support program.

For less than a $1 per day you can sponsor one of our orphans. Your involvement will bring personal satisfaction and make a huge and lasting change to a child's life.

For more information about ACODO orphanage, please read Video Script about your questions and answers.

Click here to download our fundraising video script

Click here to download ACODO Financial Report 2008-2011


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Mr. Hengchhea Chheav
President & Founder

pplLiving a gruesome childhood under the Khmer Rouge Communist Regime instilled a desire to help destitute individuals. After a success full career in the army and opening a school to teach essential skills to some of Cambodia's most underprivileged children Mr. Hengchhea establisted ACODO. Read mre ... 

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