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AEC-Foyer Lataste’s mission is to bring aid to vulnerable and disadvantaged Cambodian children.
Independent, non-religious and non-political, this Child Protection Center has been acting since 1998 to help children and their families and to favor their empowerment by offering them access to education, health, and culture.
The General Assembly of the association will take place on September 12th, followed by a solidarity hike on the mountain paths of La Clusaz.
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Malai is the ADTJK Executive Director. ADTJK is the association directly on site in Cambodia. The association is a direct partner to the AEC-Foyer Lataste.
With two friends, we are sponsoring children of the association. Together we were able to organize an event to sell Cambodian crafts and jewelry.” -John and Isabelle
With the help of the Lions Club from Villers St Paul, I set up a “Cambodia” project to raise funds to buy some rice for the Foyer Lataste.” -Christine
“If you’re not qualified to do the job in your home country, you shouldn’t try to do it in a developing country either.
A look back at the creation of the Foyer Lataste Tutoring Center.
Parallel private lessons have been a feature of Cambodian education since at
The fight against Covid-19 in Cambodia
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Cambodian government has put in place strong measures to prevent
Ready, steady, go ! After several delays due to the Covid-19 health crisis, we were able to launch the solidarity race with Captain
In October 2020, Cambodia was hit by heavy rains leading to widespread floods, the strongest in a decade. Many donors responded to the
AEC-Foyer Lataste continues its awareness campaign against the scourge of plastic in Cambodia and distributes 400 metal bottles to children and teachers of