The Chief Officer of Organization, Daiho SAITO is the chief monk and provides a terakoya school service.
Hiroshima House is a nonprofit organization and has tried to construct a bridge for peace between Cambodia and Hiroshima since its facility was launched in Phnom Penh in 2006. It provides educational services for children who cannot learn at school and running a library to exhibit books, which are donated by Japan and translated into Khmer language.
Mr. Sok Ty, who studied in Japan, has established and managed the school in order to nurture those who can stronger connect between Japan and Cambodia.
A study group, which Mr. So Songheng, who studied in Japan, and his companions have established, more deeply to learn Buddhism.
We have communicated with Pro.Kim Nipiseth, Japanese Language at Institute of Foreign Language (IFL) Department, in order to have collaborative lectures
A French NGO, which supports eco-friendly development in Cambodia. An eco-friendly stove is one of its products
An international NGO based in Japan, aiding in Asian countries such as Cambodia, Myanmar, and more
An international NGO based in Japan. By collaborate with monks in Asian countries, CS has provided aids for people in order to spend mentally and financially independent life over the differences among countries and religions