Minimum 6 weeks of commitment required.
Use your leadership skills and knowledge to help local Cambodian communities overcome poverty.
Various NGO's are working locally in Cambodia to address various social issues. These organizations focus on improving citizens' living conditions at grassroots level by conducting various developmental programs. RCDP supports such projects by providing resources which include able manpower. We invite volunteers from all backgrounds to lend their hands and minds as these NGOs continue to help the communities of Cambodia grow and find solutions for sustainable, long term development.
Join the project now and share your skills, love and passion to local Cambodians while also immersing in their culture.
Local NGO’s in Cambodia work in the fields of democracy, sustainable development and human rights. Volunteer’s can choose to assist in any of these projects. Your duties also vary with the type of project selected. RCDP International customizes the project based on the experience and interest of the volunteer. Volunteers can also help create profitable activities for the poor and develop programs to help stability/sustainability in a community. Some of the responsibilities can include:
Project skills required
Volunteers will need to show some form of experience in development work or studies. If you have volunteered before this can still count. When applying, please email us your CV after you have submitted the application form. You need to volunteer for minimum of 5 weeks. Besides this, there are no criteria or skills required to volunteer. You are expected to be flexible and patience.
Phnom Penh: Phnom Penh is the capital city of Cambodia that is somewhat chaotic yet charismatic at the same time. Amid poverty and depravity, this city comes forward as a historical place worth a visit. Volunteers can take a pleasant stroll along the park-like riverfront, where plenty of cafés and restaurants are located. Standard tourist sites are few, which makes the city an ideal place to relax, watch the street life and absorb the city.
Battambang: Battambang is the second largest town of Cambodia and a popular tourist destination. This place is famous for its ancient temples, Buddhist shrines and the bamboo railway. The city is located next to the river and is home home to some of the best-preserved French-period architecture in the country and to warm and friendly inhabitants. The city itself is developing fast but timeless hilltop temples and scenic villages can be seen on leisurely day-trips.
Pursat: Pursat is a beautiful city well known among travelers for its marble carvers and oranges. The waterfall and the floating village of Kompong Luong will never fail to captivate you. Other attractions include Tonle Sap Lake or Cardamon Mountains.