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I founded ACODO at the start of 2008. However, I was working on the project throughout 2007 in order to raise the initial funding and arrange all the paperwork so that he was able to open in 2008 and start giving many vulnerable children a life changing opportunity.
I resigned from his teaching job at Siem Reap Universities. He and his wife sold virtually all of their personal assets, car, house etc, in order to provide the initial finance for the charity.
In 1967 I was born into a rural community in Battam Bang Province, Cambodia. My family was extremely poor. I had nine siblings. A childhood dominated by war and extreme poverty had a profound effect on my future. It inspired me to create ACODO so that I could work towards giving some of the most destitute members of society, such as orphans and vulnerable children, the same opportunities that I eventually benefited from. I wants to provide them with a loving home so that they can flourish into their adulthood.
I am forever grateful to the other co-founders, all the staff, volunteers and supporters from the world. Without their invaluable help ACODO would not be able to transform the lives of so many orphans, vulnerable and victimised children.