(DUTCH) Supporting development and self-sufficiency in poor communities of Southeast Asia

Our Projects

Projects form the essence of Philanthropy Connections. Our team is dedicated to bringing expertise, funding and hope to people living in poverty in our target area. Since 2011 we have supported over 70 projects benefiting more than 20.000 people.

Scroll down to see all our projects.

Scope

Currently we are involved in 27 active projects in Thailand, Cambodia and Burma and constantly investigate new ones. These are not big, well-known initiatives that can rely on a well-established network of international aid organisations. We actively search for projects that normally would remain invisible to potential donors. This is a barrier we help them to overcome.

The scope of our projects ranges from education to housing, health care, child care and other urgent needs. Project needs differ because not all communities face the same problems. If we would focus on only one area of aid, we would be blind to other urgent needs within a community.

Our goal is to effectively help in fields where help is really needed and to adapt our support to address the problems at hand.

Screening

Every potential project is screened during a period of thorough research and investigation to ensure it meets our criteria for project effectiveness, cost-efficiency, reliability/trustworthiness, and principles of non-discrimination and equality.

Funding

For projects that meet our criteria we will seek funding. Our strict procedures guarantee sponsors that we make their funds count and are used in the way they intended.

We remain closely in touch with all project leaders and make regular project visits. We actively stay involved in our projects and keep everyone informed through project reports, newsletters, website updates and social media.

27 active projects in 2017
Over 70 volunteers have helped PCF since inception
€147.000 spent on projects in 2017 (so far!)
Over 20.000 people reached by PCF since inception
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Hseng Lake, Tee Hseng, Nanta Boon and Warlu | Tee Hseng Graduated | Koung Jor Shan Refugee Camp
Project: Vluchteling Beurzen
Partner: Partner Organisation
Location: Chiang Rai ,
Sponsorship Started: 1997
Total Beneficiaries: 23
 
Annual Budget: €2000  ($)

Project: Voorraden voor de ‘New Blood School’
Partner: New Blood School
Location: Mae Sot ,
Sponsorship Started: 213
Total Beneficiaries: 500
 Studenten

Project: Toiletten voor afgelegen dorpen
Partner: KAKO
Location: Siem Reap ,
Sponsorship Started: 2012
Total Beneficiaries: 39
 huisgezin
Project Cycle: 2016
Annual Budget: €11.973  ($13.595)

Project: Toegang tot Engels taalonderwijs
Partner: Mehm Kan Kyi Education Network
Sponsorship Started: 2011
Total Beneficiaries: 400 - 500
 Studenten

Hseng Lake, Tee Hseng, Nanta Boon and Warlu | Tee Hseng Graduated | Koung Jor Shan Refugee Camp
Project: Cambodjaanse meisjes beurzen
Partner: Partner Organisation
Location: Chiang Rai ,
Sponsorship Started: 1997
Total Beneficiaries: 23
 
Annual Budget: €2000  ($)

Project: Renovatie van de Guwa School
Partner: De Arakanese Youth Network Society
Location: Guwa ,
Sponsorship Started: 2012
Total Beneficiaries: 180
 Studenten
Project Cycle: June 2012
Total Budget: €1.500  ($1.870)

De Arakanese Youth Network Society (AYNS) spant zich in om onderwijs voor kinderen in Guwa, een arm vissersdorp aan de baai van Bengalen, te verbeteren.

Full Details

Project: Kleuterscholen in Cambodja
Partner: KAKO
Location: Siem Reap ,
Sponsorship Started: 2013
Total Beneficiaries: 75
 Kinderen
Project Cycle: november 2016 - augustus 2017

Project: Faciliteren van donaties na aardbevingen in Nepal
Partner: Yogdaan Foundation
Location: Kathmandu ,
Sponsorship Started: 2015
Project Cycle: 2015
Total Budget: €20.430  ($22.228)

Hseng Lake, Tee Hseng, Nanta Boon and Warlu | Tee Hseng Graduated | Koung Jor Shan Refugee Camp
Project: Bahn Ruam Jai Project 1
Partner: Partner Organisation
Location: Chiang Rai ,
Sponsorship Started: 1997
Total Beneficiaries: 23
 
Annual Budget: €2000  ($)

Project: Bahn Ruam Jai Project 1
Partner: Bahn Ruam Jai
Location: Chiang mai ,
Total Beneficiaries: 40 children aged 6-18 years
 
Project Cycle: Dec 2012 - Decr 2013

Project: Ah Shee’s klompvoetjes
Partner: Burma Children Medical Fund
Location: Mae Sot ,
Sponsorship Started: 2012
Total Beneficiaries: 1
 Kind
Project Cycle: November 2012 - oktober 2016
Total Budget: €2.637  ($3.288)

Project: Aanvullende studiebeurzen voor Shan jongeren
Partner: Koung Jor Shan Refugee Camp
Location: Piang Luang ,
Sponsorship Started: 2012
Total Beneficiaries: 1
 Student
Project Cycle: mei 2016 - april 2017
Annual Budget: €510  ($575)