PO Box 9406, Group 13, Sangkat 4, OU 5, Sihanoukville, Sihanouk Province, 18204 Cambodia
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Phnom Penh

The Don Bosco Technical School of Phnom Penh is the oldest Don Bosco school in the country. Founded in 1991, the school has sought to answer the educational needs of a country in its post-war period of reconstruction. This Technical School is the first institution to provide technical skill education to young adults in extreme poverty and to facilitate the schooling of marginalised children. It was also the first printing press of Cambodia after the war.

The Don Bosco Technical School Phnom Penh is a community of Salesians, lay mission partners, youth and children, living the spirit and method of St. John Bosco for a new civilization of love. The community in Phnom Penh is composed of Fr. Roel (rector), Fr. Charles Arun, Fr. Nguyen Nhat Khoa Joseph, Br. Raymond Lawrence and Br. Somony Kong John Bosco.

Nowadays, the students can study in six different sections: automotive, mechanic, electronic, computer, electricity and printing. Thanks to the qualified teachers and the material received by donations, the students can improve their skills and directly put their theoretical lessons into practice. At the end of the formation, which lasts 2 years, students immediately find work in big companies in Cambodia and can thus provide for their livelihood while also helping their families.

The campus of Phnom Penh also has a farm with 3 permanents workers but the students come to help everyday. The farm produces fish, chickens but also a lot of vegetables and fruits: pumpkin, tomatoes, cucumber, eggplant… The farm allows to provide food for the community and the boarders but a part of the produce is also sold. The money earned by the sale allows to buy other type of foods or some material for the school.

Testimonials

  • Working in Don Bosco Technical school has been an absolute pleasure so far. Being welcomed completely by the community means it only took me two months to call Sihanoukville home. Teaching English to the students here has never once been

    Elena Arellano-Templer
  • The work I have done with Don Bosco, both with teaching and helping with the Children Fund has been all too rewarding

    Maryam Mohamed
  • I am really happy to be here, because I can help poor children who want to study. Although, I cannot help them directly I feel them in my heart. Sometimes the work is hard, but I love it! 

    Pech Chanmey
  • I feel very honored to be part of Don Bosco Children Fund Cambodia. I want to help and encourage the young people of Cambodia to keep studying and to keep going for their dreams.

    Penh Sokkheng
  • Hello! I am Teacher Gary from Brisbane, Australia. I previously taught English in China and Vietnam. Now I’m pleased to be in Cambodia as a volunteer teacher at Don Bosco Sihanoukville since June 2017. It is a pleasure teaching at

    Gary Briggs
  • I'm a volunteer from France and I am very grateful to have worked for the DBCF. They do a lot for the young and the children; thanks to them, a lot of people can access to an education. 

    Marie Caillaux

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It is a special project of the Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia which was opened in 1992 to outreach and care to children from disadvantage communities and orphans. It grants scholarship to poor children and is supported by international sponsors.

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