WorldPix Foundation

Anjali House

Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Make An Impact in A Childs life

About Anjali House

Living Conditions

In the US, we often take basic education for granted. Here in Cambodia, education for the poor is a privilege that is beyond reach.

Most families have many children, upwards of 7 or 8. Income may only be a couple of dollars a day. To put food on the table for the family is nearly impossible. A small amount of rice with vegetables once a day is sustenance. The thought of buying a uniform so that a child can attend school is not even a consideration. The cycle is destined to repeat itself.

Cause Mission Statement

"We believe that no child should be forced to beg or work. We believe that they have the right to enjoy their childhood - to learn, play, make friends and grow in a safe and happy environment.

These are basic rights that no child should be denied."At Anjali House we provide each child with free healthcare, food, clean drinking water and education."

Cause Origins

Anjali House was created to open the door for education for the poor. By providing uniforms for children to attend school, school supplies, two nutritional meals a day and supplemental education, they equip the children to learn and provide them the training for a better life.

Located in Siem Reap, Cambodia, Anjali House supports children ages 5-19 years of age.

Safe Haven & Structure

Children at Anjali House receive:

  • Uniforms so they can attend school
  • School supplies (books, paper, computer access)
  • Supplementary education (health, hygiene, basic finances, additional education for either college prep or vocational training)
  • An annual physical with a local doctor
  • An annual dentist checkup
  • Two nutritious meals a day (so students can focus on learning).
Jeff Dannay working with Anjali student photographer. Photo by Regis Binard.
Jeff Dannay of WorldPix working with Anjali student photographer. Photograph by Regis Binard.
Kathryn Dannay of WorldPix working with student photographers at Anjali House in Siem Reap. Photograph by Regis Binard.
Jeff Dannay of WorldPix presenting to Nancy (of Anjali House) a photograph of WorldPix photographer, Tanya Houppermans. Photograph by Alessandro Vannucci.

Anjali House History

Anjali House has a close connection with photography and the arts making it a perfect match for our mission.

This cause began in 2005 as a project of the Angkor Photo Association (a registered non-profit association in France – Reg No: W751202186), and the Angkor Photography Festival Association in Cambodia (Reg No: 1391SPN).

A group of photographers worked together to promote photography and highlight humanitarian issues in Southeast Asia. They involved some of the local street children in workshops and empowered them by enabling them to showcase their learning (dance and photography) during during the festival.

The  cause continues a close association with Angkor Photo Association and the Angkor Photo Festival Association and students continue to participate each year working on projects throughout the year to exhibit at the festival.

What started as a few workshops, has evolved into an established organization and WorldPix is excited to continue to support this organization.

Purchasing a print from WorldPix enables WorldPix to provide financial support to Anjali House, helping these children receive an education and prepare them for adulthood with a future.

For a one of kind experience, Anjali House also offers volunteer opportunities to work onsite with the organization and the children. 

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Our New Mission

As the Covid-19 outbreak continues to spread around the globe, we wanted to let all of our affiliates, donors, supporters and causes know we are still working to assist those most in need.  

We are grateful to have a very dedicated team positioned around the world who are all able to continue their work helping when and where they can.

Currently our focus is to support our causes with buying food and diapers for the children they serve, more vegetables will need to be grown for the clinics working with people who are HIV positive. We know there will be more displacement of people who are already less fortunate and struggling and WorldPix exists to support these issues.

The time to help is now, more so now than in the last 100 years!

We humbly request that you think about how you can help and act on that while staying safe and taking heed of important information and direction to help bring Covid-19 under control.

Stay safe
WorldPix team