The Don Bosco Children Fund (known also as DBCF), is a special project of the Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia which was opened in 1992 to outreach and care to children from disadvantaged communities and orphans. It grants scholarship to poor children and is supported by international sponsors.
Give a GREEN LIGHT to children from disadvantaged areas of the south of Cambodia.
SIHANOUKVILLE, the fourth most important Cambodian city, is the only international seaport of the Kingdom and an international tourist destination.
However… in the last decade, Sihanoukville has been a victim of child sexual predators, child labor abuse, women abuse, street children, HIV and youth involved in gangs and drugs.
Different local and international organization, officials and volunteers, have joined in campaigns to prevent, protect and follow cases that involved vulnerable children, youth and women in the southern provinces of Cambodia (Sihanouk, Kompot, Kep and Koh Kong especially).
Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia has developed different programs at the south of Cambodia to lead campaigns in order to bring back vulnerable children to schools and give technical education to young people.
Children at school are children out of the reach of sexual predators and labor exploitation!
Visit our office at the campus of the Don Bosco Technical School Sihanoukville and ask for the social worker and coordinator of the project in Sihanoukville, contact us by email (management @ donboscosihanoukville.org) or by phone +855 12 989031 from abroad in English or 097 96 75 042.
Visit the legal conditions with DBFC.
Help a kid to return to school! Bring him/her out from the street!
You can sponsor a child by sending 40 US dollars (14 euros) per month to DBCFSh.
With such amount, DBCFSh guarantees that the kid join a local primary or secondary school, have a monthly support in food, his/her family has the visit of our social worker team, he/she receives academic material, he/she can participate in programs at the Don Bosco Technical School like English classes, computer, formation, health services and family assistance.
When the kid finishes 9th grade or 12th grade, he/she can apply to any technical section at Don Bosco Technical School (two years). Males to a mechanic, electricity, automotive and social communication; females to secretarial; males and females to hotel school and information technology (this last one to be opened by October 2011 in Kep City).
You can decide if you want to support your stepchild to join a professional education in a Cambodian university with the assistance of Don Bosco.
Our dreams in the name of kids…
The building of a Child Center for homeless children and children from vulnerable communities (mainly farmers) in Sihanoukville.
A health department for vulnerable children of the south of Cambodia including psychology.
Please join campaigns to prevent children and women abuse in Cambodia. Children are not ‘tourist destination’ If you notice anything suspicious in which a child could be a victim of sexual or labor abuse, do not hesitate to contact the authorities. The child cannot do it. Child Abuse/Exploitation Police Hotline: 023-720555