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Buddhist Association Khmer Republic
Address: c/o Buddhist Institute Library P.O. Box 1047 Phnom-Penh, Cambodia
Phone: (855) 23 212046
Address: Hun Sen Park, Preah Sisowath Quay, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh 12301, Cambodia
P O Box 1047, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phone: 855 (0) 23 212046
E-mail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Contact: Nguon Van Chanthi Director Email (Phone: 855 (0) 12 489600)
Cambodia Vipassana Dhura Buddhist Meditation Center
Address: Adharas Hill, Commune of Phsar Dek
District of Ponhea Leu, Kandal Province.
Phone: (012) 221-505, (012) 944-866, (012) 896-555
Spiritual Director: Founder: Ven. Som Buntheoun
Dhamma Ankura (Vipassana Centre)
Address: near Kep in Kampot Province, Cambodia
Main Contact: Dhamma Kamboja
Dhamma Kamboja (Cambodia Vipassana Centre)
Address: Next to Kompong Ko Buddhist Temple, P.O. Box 867
Dist. Koh Thom, Kandol Province Phnom Penh,
Phone:  (23) 26594
Fax:  (23) 26594
Khmer-Buddhist Educational Assistance Project (KEAP)
Address: P.O. Box 657, Crestone, CO 81131/USA
Phone: 505 986-9677 (USA)
Fax: 505 986-9677 (USA)
Main Contact: Peter Gyallay-Pap
Trungmorn Mountain Vipassana
Address: Dhamma Latthika, Trungmorn mountain National Route 10, Dist. Phnom Sampeau; Battambang, Cambodia
Tradition: Theravada, Vipassana meditation as taught by S.N.Goenka
Contact: Chhoan Phieu
World Buddhism Association for Development Center of Cambodia Region
Address: No. 11C Road 1986 Sangkat Phnom Penh
Termei, Khan Russey Keo, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Affiliation: Fellowship of Buddhists (WFB)
Phone: (855) 368506 (018) 812448
Fax: (855-23) 362367, 427521
BSDA - Buddhist and Society Development Association
Address: No. 05, National Street 07
Ampil Leu Village, Ampil Commune
Kampong Siem District, Kampong Cham Province
Phone: (855) (0)42 – 941 333 Mobile Phone: (855) (0)12 – 78 89 73
Teacher: Ven.Thorn Vandong Executive Director
Notes and Events:
BSDA – Buddhism for Social Development Action – is a Non-Government Organization supporting the poorest of the poor in and around Kampong Cham province, Cambodia. Its focus is on reaching street children, orphans and vagabonds, educating them for a brighter future.
Buddhism For Development
Buddhism For Development is a national Cambodian NGO since 1 May 1990. Founded at Site 2 Refugee Camp, Cambodian - Thai border by Indapañño Bhikkhu and a group of monks who see the value of Buddhism as a tool for : Peace restoration and national reintegration Economic development Social development Mental development Wisdom development Sustaining the balance of individual, society, and the nature
Dhamma Samudda (Vipassana Centre)
Meditation System: The S.N.Goenka tradition
Meditation System: This is a ten day retreat in which meditators begin by undertaking the Five Precepts of moral conduct as the basis for their practice. The technique begins by focusing on the natural breath at the nostril. Once sufficient concentration is established, they proceed to the technique of vipassana. That is, they explore their mental and physical nature by moving attention systematically throughout the body, dispassionately observing the physical sensations that occur.Intensive silent retreats are open to the general public. The usual course format is ten days. There is no charge for the teaching. Donations are accepted from participants only to cover room, board and other operating expenses.
Life and Hope Association
Address: # 0211 Wat Damnak
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Phone: Office (855) 63 761 810 Cell phone (855)92 929 962, Venerable Somnieng, director
Teacher: Venerable Somnieng
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Based in Siem Reap, Life and Hope Association (LHA) is a Cambodian non-profit, non-governmental and non-political organization. It was established by the Monks of Wat Damnak and friends in 2005. It is our vision to create a Cambodia that is a peaceful and cohesive society built on a basis of loving kindness and compassion, with equal rights and equal opportunity for all.
LHA is an education focused organization committed to alleviating poverty, ignorance and hardship through creating equal access to education for the underprivileged in our community. These efforts are primarily directed towards Khmer youth. Our name aptly states our goal: to give LIFE and HOPE to Cambodia\\\'s needy and vulnerable.
Through its projects, LHA aims to meet the direct needs of the individuals and communities we work with. We believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that the beneficiaries of our projects have access to the information which can guide them into a future of awareness - from health and lifestyle to social responsibilities and rights.
Vision: We envisage a fair and equitable society built on compassion and loving-kindness and offering education for all.
Mission: Our mission is to improve the lives of those most in need by providing compassionate care and educational opportunities, especially to poor and volunerable children and to disadvantaged young women.
Strategic Goal: Our strategic goal is to develop a successful model of change that offers society\\\'s most disadvantaged people a significantly improved LIFE and HOPE for a better future and then to replicate it to bring a transformational change to society.
Values: We provide our sovices with a sense of compassion, respect, and loving-kindness. We run our organization with integrity, professionalism, and accountability.
It is in the centre of Phnom Penh, near all the hotels, so it is not hard to find. As well as having English speaking monks, its courtyard is used as an English Conversation Practise area by students from all over the city.