The following charities are supported by Radio Bambini.
Being fortunate enough to have lived in Asia since 2009, as a family we have travelled extensively throughout the region and it has opened our eyes to the insurmountable suffering that affects a huge population of the world. It is hard to witness such suffering and not do anything about it. So we have decided through money raised from our website a percentage will be given away to four charities we feel very strongly connected too. We hope this in turn will enrich the lives of hundred of women, children and families around the world.
The Hunger Project works to break the cycle of poverty. We believe hungry people themselves are the key to ending hunger. In partnership, we unleash their vision, commitment and leadership so they can feed themselves and their families.
Founded in 2004, Cambodian Children’s Fund provides life-changing education, nourishment and healing to vulnerable children from some of Cambodia’s most destitute communities. In the beginning, our world revolved around the health and well-being of 87 youngsters. Today we care for more than 2,200 students and 10,000 people annually. In addition to the top-quality programs that form the backbone of CCF’s education centers, we run a broad spectrum of fully integrated community services that collectively offer the strongest possible safety net for families in crisis. Every outreach project we develop flows from the realization and acceptance that CCF’s children have links and roots that need nurturing if they themselves are to fully prosper and grow.
Our vision of Nokor Tep Foundation is comprehensive.. Currently, less than 7% of the rural population has access to medical care. It is also very clear that 90% of the women in Cambodia suffer from long term gynaecological infections of various kinds. Our vision is to have a women’s hospital that is focused on gynaecological issues and women’s cancers thereby alleviating the silent suffering of the vast majority of women in Cambodia.
Children’s Ground is ending the cycle of entrenched disadvantage in 25 years and replacing it with access to exciting opportunities and future wellbeing. Our approach is community-led, celebrating the oldest continuing culture on the planet and combining this with the very best global practice across learning, wellbeing and development. Starting with the Bininj People of Kakadu West Arnhem the Children’s Ground approach responds to learning, family health, community development and economic development needs for the whole community all underpinned with a wellbeing focus on every level. Rigorous research and evaluation is built into the model and we will scale the approach to more communities in the medium term.