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CT help Angelfish make a splash!
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The Cambodia Trust were delighted to support Angelfish when they visited Phnom Penh as part of a two week inclusive pilot water therapy programme to help disadvantaged children, specifically with disabilities, in Cambodia.
Pilot Project Manager, Claire Cohen explained how CT were able to help Angelfish,
“With years of experience in Cambodia, CT were a great help with planning, advice and putting us in touch with organisations who work directly with disadvantaged children. Many of the children in the program were CT clients or from organisations they work with such, as Sunrise orphanage.
CT staff were given time off to volunteer and support us with the children; especially with translation. It was a great help and something CT staff thoroughly enjoyed too”
CT Administration Manager, Phalla, thoroughly enjoyed his role in the project.
“What Angelfish is doing, it’s fantastic! The children respond so well and helping those with disabilities access activities they normally can’t is great. It was also good to get out and work directly with a community project”
Paula Worth, Angelfish founder and director passionately explained why their project’s so important to Cambodian children.
‘The two-week Pilot program provided children from Phnom Penh schools and orphanages with water therapy. Many have never been to a swimming pool before; it improves self-esteem, morale, self-confidence and of course its great fun!’

This is the first time CT staff have had time off to volunteer but CT are keen to encourage it as gets staff actively involved with their clients and other NGO’s. It’s also helps CT help other organisations with capacity building.

Building on the experience gained during the pilot; Angelfish are already making plans to return to Cambodia next year and aim to involve even more children, as well as CT!

Here CT Administration Manager Phalla, helps a young girl as part of the project.

Photos and text by Jessica Teague. Many thanks to Jessica and Remmert for visiting our projects.

CT help Angelfish make a splash!
how to gain more clients

The Cambodia Trust were delighted to support Angelfish when they visited Phnom Penh as part of a two week inclusive pilot water therapy programme to help disadvantaged children, specifically with disabilities, in Cambodia.
Pilot Project Manager, Claire Cohen explained how CT were able to help Angelfish,
“With years of experience in Cambodia, CT were a great help with planning, advice and putting us in touch with organisations who work directly with disadvantaged children. Many of the children in the program were CT clients or from organisations they work with such, as Sunrise orphanage.
CT staff were given time off to volunteer and support us with the children; especially with translation. It was a great help and something CT staff thoroughly enjoyed too”
CT Administration Manager, Phalla, thoroughly enjoyed his role in the project.
“What Angelfish is doing, it’s fantastic! The children respond so well and helping those with disabilities access activities they normally can’t is great. It was also good to get out and work directly with a community project”
Paula Worth, Angelfish founder and director passionately explained why their project’s so important to Cambodian children.
‘The two-week Pilot program provided children from Phnom Penh schools and orphanages with water therapy. Many have never been to a swimming pool before; it improves self-esteem, morale, self-confidence and of course its great fun!’

This is the first time CT staff have had time off to volunteer but CT are keen to encourage it as gets staff actively involved with their clients and other NGO’s. It’s also helps CT help other organisations with capacity building.

Building on the experience gained during the pilot; Angelfish are already making plans to return to Cambodia next year and aim to involve even more children, as well as CT!

Sarorm, CT Community Development Manager

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