Rural School Village Program





RSVP works hand-in-hand with CSHD. Theorganization was started in the 1990s by Aki Ra while he was demining in rural villages. These villages had no access to education. The village chief approached Aki Ra and asked him to build them a school. In 2011, we created the name “Rural School Village Program” in order to raise awareness to this cause! RSVP is in the process of becoming a standalone NGO due to how it has grown. 

Our objective is to teach rural village children to read and write Khmer, and do basic math. When we began, none of our schools were recognized by the government. As of 2019, all of our 22 schools are recognized government schools. Today, we teach about 3,000 children who would have otherwise had limited opportunity to access education. Our 23rd school will be built during 2019. 

We are making a difference!

These schools are provided by sponsors, donors, and friends of RSVP so that Khmer children (and adults) have the essential tools to educate themselves for the better.

Our sponsors:

  • Provide the building materials
  • Pay the teachers
  • Provide the school supplies

The Villagers:

  • Build the schools
  • Teach the students
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