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Initiatives to increase access to medical resources and improve healthcare.

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Income Generation

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Vocational training programmes, community led micro-finance, and creating business opportunities.

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Children's Education

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Building and subsidising sanitation facilities to cultivate hygiene practices.

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Water & Sanitation

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Creating lasting positive change through access to quality early childhood education.

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TGF Programmes

Since our establishment in 2008, TGF responds to the needs and ambitions of the Cambodian communities we work with.

We have constructed health centres and schools, invested in infrastructure projects, established a community savings programme, diversified agricultural activities, and more.

Today, this has evolved into four programmes with the objective of improving the outcomes for Cambodia’s vulnerable communities.

Our Impact

At TGF, we strive to ensure every project and programme we implement makes a positive impact.

To do this, we gather and assess quantitative and qualitive data on the delivery of projects, and the change it has made on the communities we serve.

Water & Sanitation Programme

Where We Work

TGF’s work is focused on the Chi Kraeng district of Siem Reap province — the second most populous and one of Cambodia’s poorest districts. With a population of more than a million, 77% still live rurally and 90% practice subsistence agriculture.​

We are active in 5 of Chi Kraeng’s 12 communes — a population of over 53,000 across 60 villages.

Our Health Programme and Water and Sanitation Programme are implemented across all 60 villages. Our Education Programme is active in 24 villages, and Income Generation Programme in 38 villages.