Working For Children (WFC -Rainbow Projects) is a non-profit charity organization reg. No. 190 founded in 2007. WFC is independence as an aid organization, and it is mainly depending on donations from both individuals and organizations to help the children with our education and development programs.
WFC's mission is to rebuild human resources in particular children, reduce poverty by assisting orphans and vulnerable children, improving the school environment, and developing rural communities in Cambodia.
Wake Foundation has come to our organization for many years and sent Taiwanese volunteers to visit our projects.
The Taiwanese volunteers to our project at Rainbow Orphanage that inspired us and remained memoried.
The student from the poorest family received the bicycle and school necessary to continue their dream.Read More
This Frog is feed for food in Rainbow. It takes 3 months to harvest and it can turn into varies types of meals such as grill or deep-fried and soups with vegetables.Read More
I have been living in Rainbow Orphanage from primary school until I graduated high school in 2014. After my high school life, I moved to study bachelor degree in Phnom Penh in the chemistry field. During my life at university in the city, I have joined many workshops, conducted researches, and as a result, I got a chance for the student exchange programs to Japan for three months. Finally, I got master scholarship to study in Thailand. Nowadays, I am pursuing my Master's Program in Organic chemistry at King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT).
As other children under Rainbow cares, I grew up and was supported to study from primary school to high school. After my high school diploma in 2015, I have found a career in tourism industry in Siem Reap city so that I can pay the university fee myself. I had just graduated my bachelor degree from the University of South-East Asia (USEA) in 2018. Now I am working in the city, and during my free time, day off, I return to visit Rainbow to help Mr. Pean with some tasks as I can do. Even I left Rainbow for years, but it is still my second home for my life.
Hello! My name's Thab, a former child under Rainbow cares. I am one of the second generation children who graduated from high school in 2015. After my high school life, I have worked as a long-term contract teacher in a local primary school in Reul commune. Along with my work as a teacher in the village, I drive to study at a university in the city every weekday. I will graduate my bachelor's degree in the next few months. After my class at school, I have some more time to help to work as a volunteer assistant at Rainbow.
I am Takk. I used to live in Rainbow during my life as a student until 2014. I love my friends there. After high school, I am now working as an Electronics Technician in Krong Siem Reap. It is a little bit busy here in the city so I do not have more time to visit the Rainbow. Anyway, I still manage time to visit there at least once a year.
My name is Leat. I am now working as a primary school teacher at Sambou Primary School which is located in another village nearby Rainbow. I used to live there for years during my childhood. Throughout this message, I would like to say thank you to all the volunteers and sponsors who came to visit and donated us via Rainbow Projects.
My name is Som. I just graduated high school last year, and nowadays I am a kindergarten teacher at Sambou Primary School. I love the children and my job, especially sharing funs with them. I grew up and lived in Rainbow Orphanage for years during my school life. To all the volunteers and sponsors, I would like to say "Thank You Very Much" for helping us to have this day.