A Powerful Product

The results of our Teach the Teacher program are in: How has children's learning changed? read more about A Powerful Product

International Women’s Day

The women of Cambodia are its backbone. They eke out life with courage, determination and a serenity that belies their squalid surroundings. Their strength gives Cambodia a future. read more about International Women’s Day

Food for thought, and other news from our Blog

During their recent visit, Australian Volunteers worked alongside SeeBeyondBorders' staff to deliver two health demonstrations. read more about Food for thought, and other news from our Blog

‘Offerings’ - Purchase now

Purchase your copy of the 'Offerings' cookbook and support the Sdey Leur Schools Project which will positively impact the lives and education of over 500 children. read more about ‘Offerings’ - Purchase now

Sdey Leur Schools project update

Seven volunteers, five days, lots of sand and cement. The Sdey Leur Schools Project gets well and truly underway! read more about Sdey Leur Schools project update

On the road with Reasmey

Reasmey is our Community Liaison Coordinator in Cambodia. He shares what he and Kea have been working on over the past 18 months. read more about On the road with Reasmey

The Secret of Our Success

Sophea shares her experiences from the field, revealing how SeeBeyondBorders Teach the Teacher program is moving from strength to strength. read more about The Secret of Our Success

Printed Memories

Corporate supporters, ISIS, bring a little Cambodian touch along to their fundraising. read more about Printed Memories

Aberdeen Asset Management Team in Cambodia

Our good friends from Aberdeen Asset Management went back to school with us in Cambodia today. Follow their journey as they experience corporate team building with a difference! read more about Aberdeen Asset Management Team in Cambodia

Aberdeen has a significant presence in Asia and so I am thrilled that staff have chosen to donate to SeeBeyondBorders and the work the charity does to improve teaching quality and facilities in rural Cambodia. Education plays a crucial role in the development of society so SeeBeyondBorders will undoubtedly have an impact not only on the children but the country as a whole.

Anne Richards, Chief Investment Officer, Aberdeen Asset Management

My experience with SeeBeyondBorders has changed my whole perspective. Seeing the positive impact SeeBeyondBorders is making in Cambodia shows it is possible to make things happen.

Caitlin, Projects Team

This trip was an incredible life-changing experience. Even at my most exhausted moments, I was treasuring every minute.

Catriona, Teach the Teacher program

We believe that SeeBeyondBorders [programs] will enhance the quality of education in district level or in nationwide in the future.

Director, District Office of Education, Ek Phnom District

I gained more than I was able to give. But my time in Cambodia supported the universal view that change begins with education.

Jenny, Teach the Teacher program

My trip with See Beyond Borders opened my eyes to Cambodia’s strengths and challenges and a beautifully focussed organisation’s heartfelt efforts to make a lasting difference.

John, Projects Team

Every day was an adventure and it was an absolute privilege to work alongside the Cambodian people.

Mary-Anne, Projects Team

Any volunteers out there looking for a different way to spend some time, check these guys out… you won’t regret it.

Matthew, Projects Team

It was a trip that has changed my perspective on life ... I recommend it to anyone who is happy to have a go and step out of their comfort zone for a few weeks - it was really rewarding.

Rachelle, Teach the Teacher program

The Royal Government ordered all levels of education institutions to enhance the quality of education. We had not had any specific methods to obtain the goal until SeeBeyondBorders came to our district.  SeeBeyondBorders' new programs are the answer.

Sreiyon, Director, District Office of Education, Angkor Thom

I am very lucky to be trained on new methods for teaching maths by those skillful facilitators from Australia. I have learned so much from them.

Sreylin, young Cambodian teacher, Angkor Thom