Cambodia has a hugely youthful population (approx 70% of population is less than 30 years old, 50% less than 20 years old). Successful engagement of these young people in all aspects of society is critical for Cambodia’s future welfare. Read more
BFD works alongside Cambodian communities to facilitate development. Respecting the rights and aspirations of the people, BFD builds frameworks and trains community groups and individuals so that they can better govern themselves and find paths that will provide social cohesion and economic empowerment.
In a country re-building following over 30 years of devastation by wars and civil strife, with its population decimated by years of brutality and death under the Khmer Rouge regime, BFD’s long history of community development (almost two decades) has produced an excellent track record with a long list of achievements in democracy and human rights, local governance, economic improvement, education and health.
BFD has many friends who have supported its work, some for more than 15 years. BFD’s programs would not have been possible without the dedicated support of international and national, agencies, NGOs and many many individual friends.
BFD partners with donors and other NGOs to deliver projects and activities aimed at increasing capacity of communities to achieve self-reliance. There is a long list of beneficiaries for the work undertaken by BFD.
|Welcome From BFD|
Letter from Director
By 1st May 2011 Buddhism for Development(BFD) is stepping to the year 22 of its operation in the development of Cambodia. Started in 1990 at Site 2, one of the biggest refugee camps along Cambodian-Thai border, by a few Buddhist monks who were committed to reconciling all the conflicting groups within the Cambodian political and community landscape and to the reconstruction of Cambodia socially and economically. 150 staff are now carrying out the mission in seven provinces of the north and west of the country: Battambang, Pailin, Banteay Meanchey, Oddor Meanchey, Siemreap, Kampong Thom, and Preah Vihear to_To encourages, advises and provides services, support and training to Cambodians to participate in the sustainable socio-economic development of their own communities
Aiming to assist the Royal Government of Cambodia in achieving the growth and development of its people BFD approaches development using Buddhist principles as a guide to development practice.
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