Who

Are We

Tompeang Russey Khmer Association (TRK), is a non-governmental (NGO) and non-profit organization which aims to strengthen the community. TRK was established on 14 May 2008 by a group of volunteers which comprised Mr Meas Pothmonorith, Mr Loeurm Sowath, Mr Ken Bona, Ms Yous Saphea, Mr Cheok Samnang and Mr Sokh Thonny. TRK was registered as an official NGO with the Government of Cambodia on July 2012.

Education

We strongly believe that education is the tool to empowerment for everyone. Therefore at TRK, we provide free education opportunities for our young children living in villages of Svay Rieng and Battambang provinces.

Community
Sharing

TRK aims to build a warm and supportive environment in our villages through projects that combine the efforts of all the villagers. We empower and give the villagers a sense of ownership of the things that they built and contributed to through the projects.

Credit
Union

At TRK, we believe that we have to be self-sustainable financially. Therefore, we create our Credit Union Project to ensure sustainable inflow of capital to support our Social Projects.

Community
Tourism

We believe in building and strengthening relations with our counterparts across borders. TRK is embarking on an upcoming economic project in TRK to welcome foreigners to experience the authentic Cambodian Culture in Svay Rieng and Battambang provinces.

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Our

Project

Non Formal Education

We conduct a total six classes in both provinces Battambang and Svay Rieng. At the end of 2013, we taught around 120 students.

Community Library

Most of the books are donated by individuals but we are also cooperating with several other NGOs which whom we are exchanging books and ideas with.

Electric Community

A project of combined efforts from 185 families in the villages who donated money to provide community electricity for 4 villages.

Non Formal Education

We conduct a total six classes in both provinces Battambang and Svay Rieng. At the end of 2013, we taught around 120 students.

Community Library

Most of the books are donated by individuals but we are also cooperating with several other NGOs which whom we are exchanging books and ideas with.

Electric Community

A project of combined efforts from 185 families in the villages who donated money to provide community electricity for 4 villages.

Our Annual Report
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