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August 15, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

Travel Experience

Enjoy local as well as international food in the training Restaurant, where formerly vulnerable children are taught cooking, English and service skills. Smile restaurant is a training facility run by a Cambodian NGO, BSDA. With a great view of the Mekong River, free wireless, relaxed atmosphere and delicious food, the restaurant has quickly become a popular hang-out spot for locals, expats and tourists alike.

Responsibility

The aim of the project is to teach orphans and vulnerable children a trade, thus giving them a chance on the job market while also providing them with a safe place to live and a community of peers. Currently, the students are trained in cooking, table serving, English and basic restaurant management for two years and will subsequently be assisted in finding jobs to support themselves.

Business Case

They provide food and housing to the trainees and will even help finance a new orphanage and vocational training centre for the participants of the Mekong Kampuchea Kid's project.

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Enjoy local as well as international food in the training Restaurant, where formerly vulnerable children are taught cooking, English and service skills. Smile restaurant is a training facility run by a Cambodian NGO, BSDA. With a great view of the Mekong River, free wireless, relaxed atmosphere and delicious food, the restaurant has quickly become a popular hang-out spot for locals, expats and tourists alike.

The aim of the project is to teach orphans and vulnerable children a trade, thus giving them a chance on the job market while also providing them with a safe place to live and a community of peers. Currently, the students are trained in cooking, table serving, English and basic restaurant management for two years and will subsequently be assisted in finding jobs to support themselves.

They provide food and housing to the trainees and will even help finance a new orphanage and vocational training centre for the participants of the Mekong Kampuchea Kid's project.

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