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Philip Nalangan

$320 of AUD $300 target.

Raised by 0 people in days for OIC Cambodia (Education) (Global Development Group – J703N)

It's My Birthday!


Many children couldn’t go to school simply because they can’t communicate.
This is a social issue you might never face in developed countries. But in Cambodia, children with communication disabilities couldn’t get speech therapy and the support they need to communicate. And so, they end up not receiving education and being ignored in the society.
It is not a small problem. Some 600,000 Cambodians, that is 1 in 25 people, are living with a communication or swallowing disability. And yet, there is not a single Cambodian speech therapist in the country.
And so, on my 34th birthday, I am raising $300 to make my wish of making speech therapy accessible to every child in Cambodia a reality!
It is an ambitious goal but with your help it will be possible. It only takes individuals like you and me, people who believe in creating positive change, to make this happen.
I would appreciate any contribution, big or small.
Donations made through this fundraising page are secure and tax deductible if you are in the US, UK and Australia. Your donations will support OIC: The Cambodia Project's work for children with communication disabilities, like Ling and Srey Ran.
Thanks so much for your support!
That is me shaking hands with Ling, a 13 year old boy born with a communication disability. With the right support, he is now attending school for the first time. Read his story.


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OIC Cambodia (Education) (Global Development Group – J703N)

OIC Cambodia (Education) is a Global Development Group approved aid and development project (J703N)  which aims to address the gap in health services in Cambodia for more than 600,000 people with a communication or swallowing disability.

Communicating with others is at the heart of being human and helping people communicate is at the heart of what we do. We are working towards a Cambodia where each of these people receives the speech therapy services they need to communicate with those around them, and lead full and happy lives.

We have two significant goals to addressing the speech therapy needs in Cambodia:

  • To train teachers in speech therapy-based inclusive education to better include children with communication disabilities into schools. This project will benefit 180 teachers and 5,400 children with communication disabilities across six provinces in Cambodia.
  • To graduate the first generation of Cambodian speech therapists from a Cambodian university.

OIC Cambodia is proud to be a partner for Project J703N OIC Cambodia (Education) with Global Development Group (ABN: 57 102 400 993), an Australian DFAT approved Non-Government Organisation.
Gifts over $2 with a preference for this approved development project are tax deductible, receipts issued by Go Fundraise on behalf of GDG. Excess funds may be directed to another approved activity. Please note, no non-development (evangelistic, political or welfare) activities are a part of, or funded by, GDG projects. For more information please visit  

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