Partners

In early October, CFI, Inc. retained international law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, which has agreed to advise CFI on a pro bono basis with respect to various aspects of CFI’s operation as a not-for-profit corporation. Headquartered in New York City ‘Skadden’ has over 2,000 lawyers worldwide and Forbes Magazine calls it “Wall Street’s most powerful law firm.

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Since 2008, the Shinta Mani Hotel & Institute of Hospitality have collaborated on various projects. With the creation in 2011 of the Shinta Mani Foundation both charities now work together on raising awareness for rural development in Cambodia.

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Based in the Pasadena Area, this local family foundation has generously sponsored the construction of our first sewing center. Today the center has become a model for the surrounding villages as it expands its training program to new individuals every year.

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Thanks to the generous contribution of the Pasadena Rotary Club, two water wells were built in two different villages, bringing safe water to almost 200 families.

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Thanks to the generous contribution from this South Korean Rotary Club, Community First was able to create its first fish ponds and develop sustainable fish farming for the farmers of Cambodia.

“Teuk Saat 1001” is a Cambodian non-governmental organization created as an offshoot of water supply project in rural area which run by the non profit French NGO “1001 Fontaines pour demain” in Battambang, Banteay Meanchey and Siem Reap provinces since 2005.

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The National Biodigester Programme (NBP) is a joint programme between the Cambodia Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) and the Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV). It aims at promoting the use of biodigesters in rural Cambodia through awareness campaign, training, marketing and promotion.

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The organization which focuses its efforts on rural community development and livelihood improvement. READA was established in 2004 by Cambodian volunteers and former employees of AGRISUD International and was subsequently registered with the Ministry of Interior in 2005 (Number 090 sCN). Today READA and Community First Initiatives for together in order to develop their community development approach.

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Centered in the Siem Reap and Sen Sok Communes, Cambodia, Safe Haven Outreach provides health care, surgical intervention, rehabilitation, physical and speech therapy and nutritional, dental and health care for children with complex physical disabilities and medical issues.

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