With the well program, Tabitha provides communities with clean, accessible water
Tabitha Foundation founder Janne Ritskes awarded the Royal Order of Sahametrei by Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen
Ottawa, ON (April 22, 2013) – Ottawa native Janne Ritskes received a prestigious award in Cambodia recently: the Royal Order of Sahametrei. The award, “conferred primarily on foreigners who have rendered distinguished services to the King and to the Nation” recognizes Ritskes’ tireless humanitarian efforts through the Tabitha Foundation, the sustainable non-profit organization she founded in 1994 to help the poorest people in Cambodia through programs that focus on personal and financial development. Read more »
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Our aim is to reach out to the despairing in their communities and enable them to address their needs in a holistic and sustainable way, thereby transforming their lives to fruitfulness, dignity and beauty.
Tabitha’s current programs affect 1.6% of Cambodians; presently
over 500,000 people in fifteen provinces of the country. Since 1994, Tabitha has lifted more than two and a half million Cambodians
out of poverty and despair, into lives of dignity, hope and active participation
in their communities.
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For many schools in South East Asia the school year is coming to an end. With the ending there is always the planning of the next school year. May I ask all house building teams to submit their dates for house building for the following school year.