Cambodia Family Support (CFS) is a registered Cambodian non-profit organisation, founded in 2008.
The organisation is run by Cambodians for Cambodians. It works among the rural poor in Battambang province, and more recently, Pailin province, using a holistic approach to poverty reduction.
Sister organisations in Australia (CFSA) and the USA (CFSUSA) help raise awareness and funding, and provide some technical assistance on a totally voluntary basis.
Learn more about Cambodia’s tragic history – and why the work of our organisation is so important – in this 2015 video.
Alternatively, read more in our Recent History web page.
The CFS Director, Dr Eng Samnang, is a physician with years of experience in development assistance. His local knowledge and leadership continue to be critical to our organisation meeting its goals.
The work we do
We operate with minimal overhead and running costs. All funds are used for a range of projects, designed to create a sustainable future for rural poor communities. These include:
- School-based activities
- Community education and action
- Village self-help groups
- Improved water & sanitation
- Animal bank
- Income generation
- Literacy centres
- Combating human trafficking, promote safe-migration