The National Centre of Disabled Persons [NCDP] was developed in 1994 to address the needs of Cambodian people with disabilities, these arising largely through polio or landmine explosions.
NCDP is deeply committed to helping the disabled to realize their potential, and to improve their standard of living.
Rehab Craft Cambodia [RCC] is a non-profit-making NGO originally financed by MFAT-NZ, and established in 1995 as part of New Zealand’s Overseas Development Programme.
Following the original agreement, as our trading activities now pay for themselves, the overseas funding is in process of reduction.
Yodicraft is a social business enterprise (est. 2009) to provide training and employment opportunities for youth with disabilities to become more self-sufficient, to showcase their talents, and to generate an income for ensuring the sustainability of our work.
By purchasing Yodicraft items, you are helping young disabled Cambodians to become self-sufficient.
KPF aims to develop programmes and strategies to promote the needs of children and youth with moderate to severe disabilities, by creating nurturing partnerships with other organizations.
KPF also recognizes that individuals, families and communities need to be involved in decision-making on matters affecting the well-being of the disabled.
Watthan Artisans Cambodia [WAC] is a worker-run cooperative of Cambodian artisans with disabilities, who are trained in handicraft production, including fine wood carving.
Our goal is to improve the living standards of people with disabilities in Cambodia through training and employment.
Woman for Woman Foundation [WfW] was founded by Ms Veasna Chan Nhean and Ms Suely Ngouy in August 2005.
These two women shared a vision of creating a fair trade, socially conscious and economically sound business aimed at benefiting disabled women and their families in Cambodia.