Khmer Independent Life Team, KILT

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$5 is enough for food to feed a child for a week.

Community and Social Support - Supporting Poor Landmine Victims, Polios and Children

Organization Name: Khmer Independent Life Team (KILT)

Background Information
As a consequence of thirty years of war, 6 million unexploded landmines leave thousands of Cambodians disabled as amputees each year. There are more than 300,000 Khmer with disabilities . One of the highest percentages in the world. 

KILT founder, Muy Seu Bel (Bel), is a Cambodian landmine survivor, and since the age of seven, after having had his right leg amputated, he has had to support himself. He went to school independently, learnt English and successfully conpleted university with no parental guidance and very little support. 

KILT aims to end the cycle of poverty caused by landmines for those who live with disabilities and poor orphans to provide jobs for people with disabilities, allowing them the opportunity to have access to the resources that they need in order to reach their full potential and their highest level of personal independence.

The profits made from the sale of semi-precious stones jewelry are re-invested to KILT homestead which currently gives shelter to disabled adults, and children who are orphaned or who have been abandoned by their parents. 

More Information Available at: www.kiltjewellery.weebly.com 

Visiting Opportunities:
- Pre-arranged to visit our hand-made jewellery workshop

Ways to offer support:
- $250 per month for renting house
- $750 food per month
- $150 staff salary per month per staff
- $300 for all supply materials per month 
• Volunteer your time teaching the children English.

$5 is enough for basic, nutritious food including rice and vegetables for a child for a week.

Travelers can visit our project at any time from 8am to 5pm; from Monday to Sunday. It takes 5 minutes from the town. Please contact at +855 78 3343 86 or email at [email protected] if travelers interested in arranging a visit.



What To Bring


We welcome donations such as pens, books ,pencils, clothes, fruits, rice, toothpaste, toothbrush and soap.

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