The Anjali House for Street Kids. Siem Reap, Cambodia
       
     
  Kids at Anjali house finish play and head in for morning classes, where they are provided free education, meals and clean water.    The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities. 
       
     
  Kids begin their day with drawing classes from volunteer teachers at Anjali House, Siem Reap.     They educate 120 kids, who are usually on the streets trying to sell goods to tourists to make money, teaching English, and how to look after themselves     personally. Anjali house give the kids 2 meals a day and have a water filter so the kids can fill up bottles and take them home to their families. The house also try educate the parents of the kids, but sometimes face difficulties convincing them that education is important and will lead to a better life, than the easy money to be made by begging on the street.
       
     
  Just like many children around the world, the kids at Anjali House put their belongings into their lockers before classes begin. Anjali educate about 120 kids daily, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money. 
       
     
  Kids begin their day with drawing classes from volunteer teachers at Anjali House, Siem Reap.    They educate 120 kids, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money, teaching English, and how to look after themselves personally. Anjali house give the kids 2 meals a day and have a water filter so the kids can fill up bottles and take them home to their families. The house also try educate the parents of the kids, but sometimes face difficulties convincing them that education is important and will lead to a better life, than the easy money to be made by begging on the street.
       
     
  Just like many children around the world, the kids at Anjali House put their belongings into their lockers before classes begin. Anjali educate about 120 kids daily, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money. 
       
     
  Kids relaxing before their English class begins, Siem Reap, Cambodia. 
       
     
  Children are provided books, pencils, food and clean water at the Anjali House. Education is free and the kids are encouraged into the arts, with drawing classes, and have previously had international volunteer teachers providing dancing and photography classes. 
       
     
  Kids at Anjali house head out to play after their morning classes, Siem Reap, Cambodia.     The kids are fed two meals a day, at the cost of 50 cents per meal per child, the cost of living add up. Administration struggles to find the funding   needed and often doesn’t know if they can make their next month’s payments. 
       
     
  Kids play jump rope between classes at Anjali House for street Kids in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The centre has ties to the Angkor Photography festival and photo workshop initiated by Magnum photographer   Antoine d’Agata   began the school back in 2005.   The children were encouraged away from the streets, and at the end of the week they exhibited their photographs to an international audience. The seeds of those efforts grew into the Anjali House of today. 
       
     
  Anjali House employ volunteers from Cambodia to teach the children for a minimum of one month so the kids can get used to the new teachers.     The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities
       
     
  Anjali house employ local teachers to educate the children in reading and life skills, they must stay for a minimum of one month so the kids get used to the new teachers.     The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities. 
       
     
  Four kids using donated library facilities at the Anjali House in Siem Reap, Cambodia.     The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. It costs 50 cents per meal per child and Anjali provide two meals per day to the 120 students there, the House lives month to month on donations and are never certain if the next month will be provide enough money to feed the kids. 
       
     
The Anjali House for Street Kids. Siem Reap, Cambodia
       
     
The Anjali House for Street Kids. Siem Reap, Cambodia

Anjali in Sanskrit translates to ‘offerings’ in English, and the centre offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities. “We hope that by providing this education, these children will be able to fully contribute to, and participate in, the future of their country”The centre has ties to the Angkor Photography festival and photo workshop initiated by Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata began the school back in 2005. The children were encouraged away from the streets, and at the end of the week they exhibited their photographs to an international

audience. The seeds of those efforts grew into the Anjali House of today. While close ties remain with the Angkor Photo Festival which provides annual photography workshops for the children, Anjali House is now its own organization with its own management.

Anjali educate about 120 kids each day with English, and how to look after themselves and their families with practical life skills. Anjali house give the kids 2 meals a day and have a water filter so the kids can fill up bottles and take them home to their families. It costs 50 cents per meal per child, and the House lives off donations and are never certain if the next month they will be provided enough money to feed everyone. The house also try educate the parents of the kids, but have difficulties convincing them that education is important and will lead to a better life, than the easy money that can be found begging on Pub Street. 

 

  Kids at Anjali house finish play and head in for morning classes, where they are provided free education, meals and clean water.    The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities. 
       
     

Kids at Anjali house finish play and head in for morning classes, where they are provided free education, meals and clean water.

The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities. 

  Kids begin their day with drawing classes from volunteer teachers at Anjali House, Siem Reap.     They educate 120 kids, who are usually on the streets trying to sell goods to tourists to make money, teaching English, and how to look after themselves     personally. Anjali house give the kids 2 meals a day and have a water filter so the kids can fill up bottles and take them home to their families. The house also try educate the parents of the kids, but sometimes face difficulties convincing them that education is important and will lead to a better life, than the easy money to be made by begging on the street.
       
     

Kids begin their day with drawing classes from volunteer teachers at Anjali House, Siem Reap.

They educate 120 kids, who are usually on the streets trying to sell goods to tourists to make money, teaching English, and how to look after themselves

personally. Anjali house give the kids 2 meals a day and have a water filter so the kids can fill up bottles and take them home to their families. The house also try educate the parents of the kids, but sometimes face difficulties convincing them that education is important and will lead to a better life, than the easy money to be made by begging on the street.

  Just like many children around the world, the kids at Anjali House put their belongings into their lockers before classes begin. Anjali educate about 120 kids daily, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money. 
       
     

Just like many children around the world, the kids at Anjali House put their belongings into their lockers before classes begin. Anjali educate about 120 kids daily, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money. 

  Kids begin their day with drawing classes from volunteer teachers at Anjali House, Siem Reap.    They educate 120 kids, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money, teaching English, and how to look after themselves personally. Anjali house give the kids 2 meals a day and have a water filter so the kids can fill up bottles and take them home to their families. The house also try educate the parents of the kids, but sometimes face difficulties convincing them that education is important and will lead to a better life, than the easy money to be made by begging on the street.
       
     

Kids begin their day with drawing classes from volunteer teachers at Anjali House, Siem Reap.

They educate 120 kids, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money, teaching English, and how to look after themselves personally. Anjali house give the kids 2 meals a day and have a water filter so the kids can fill up bottles and take them home to their families. The house also try educate the parents of the kids, but sometimes face difficulties convincing them that education is important and will lead to a better life, than the easy money to be made by begging on the street.

  Just like many children around the world, the kids at Anjali House put their belongings into their lockers before classes begin. Anjali educate about 120 kids daily, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money. 
       
     

Just like many children around the world, the kids at Anjali House put their belongings into their lockers before classes begin. Anjali educate about 120 kids daily, who are usually on the streets trying to sell to tourists to make money. 

  Kids relaxing before their English class begins, Siem Reap, Cambodia. 
       
     

Kids relaxing before their English class begins, Siem Reap, Cambodia. 

  Children are provided books, pencils, food and clean water at the Anjali House. Education is free and the kids are encouraged into the arts, with drawing classes, and have previously had international volunteer teachers providing dancing and photography classes. 
       
     

Children are provided books, pencils, food and clean water at the Anjali House. Education is free and the kids are encouraged into the arts, with drawing classes, and have previously had international volunteer teachers providing dancing and photography classes. 

  Kids at Anjali house head out to play after their morning classes, Siem Reap, Cambodia.     The kids are fed two meals a day, at the cost of 50 cents per meal per child, the cost of living add up. Administration struggles to find the funding   needed and often doesn’t know if they can make their next month’s payments. 
       
     

Kids at Anjali house head out to play after their morning classes, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

The kids are fed two meals a day, at the cost of 50 cents per meal per child, the cost of living add up. Administration struggles to find the funding needed and often doesn’t know if they can make their next month’s payments. 

  Kids play jump rope between classes at Anjali House for street Kids in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The centre has ties to the Angkor Photography festival and photo workshop initiated by Magnum photographer   Antoine d’Agata   began the school back in 2005.   The children were encouraged away from the streets, and at the end of the week they exhibited their photographs to an international audience. The seeds of those efforts grew into the Anjali House of today. 
       
     

Kids play jump rope between classes at Anjali House for street Kids in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The centre has ties to the Angkor Photography festival and photo workshop initiated by Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata began the school back in 2005. The children were encouraged away from the streets, and at the end of the week they exhibited their photographs to an international audience. The seeds of those efforts grew into the Anjali House of today. 

  Anjali House employ volunteers from Cambodia to teach the children for a minimum of one month so the kids can get used to the new teachers.     The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities
       
     

Anjali House employ volunteers from Cambodia to teach the children for a minimum of one month so the kids can get used to the new teachers.

The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities

  Anjali house employ local teachers to educate the children in reading and life skills, they must stay for a minimum of one month so the kids get used to the new teachers.     The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities. 
       
     

Anjali house employ local teachers to educate the children in reading and life skills, they must stay for a minimum of one month so the kids get used to the new teachers.

The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. Anjali House mission is to encourage independent and analytical thought, fostering self-confidence, and provide new opportunities. 

  Four kids using donated library facilities at the Anjali House in Siem Reap, Cambodia.     The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. It costs 50 cents per meal per child and Anjali provide two meals per day to the 120 students there, the House lives month to month on donations and are never certain if the next month will be provide enough money to feed the kids. 
       
     

Four kids using donated library facilities at the Anjali House in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

The Anjali House for Street Kids offers help to local children from difficult backgrounds to provide them with free education and life skills needed after they graduate school. It costs 50 cents per meal per child and Anjali provide two meals per day to the 120 students there, the House lives month to month on donations and are never certain if the next month will be provide enough money to feed the kids.