SCC received certificate of NGO Accountability and Governance

SCC was awarded the certificate of compliance from NGO GPP and recognized by the NGOs community as a one of the first local Cambodian organizations that received an award from the NGOs GPP. This recognition indicates that, SCC has adopted strong value based practice, with system of transparency and accountability in place and has built up a strong team work spirit in the organization.

On 23 September 2011, Certificate of Compliance was handed over to SCC by His Excellency. Ngy Chanphal, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Interior during the Multi-Stakeholder Annual Forum and Certified NGOs Awarding Ceremony.

Mr. Prum Thoeun, SCC’s executive director said “This is the second time that SCC got this certificate, first in 2007 and second in 2011”. “After SCC received the certificate, SCC will use this as SCC’s interest, target group and the whole society”, he added.

Signing Ceremony of MoU between Phnom Pen Municipal AIDS Committee and NGOs

On 19/09/2011, NAA organized the meeting among NGOs working on health sector in Phnom Penh to discuss and provide clearly objective of the MoU. The meeting was chaired by HE.Dr. Nuth Sokhom, Senior Minister and Chair of NAA. NGOs were invited to participate in this meeting, which the meeting started on 19/09/2011 at 2:30 PM at the NAA meeting room.

The signing ceremony was held on September 22, 2011 at 9:00 AM at the NAA meeting room. SCC represented by Mr. Tep Monyrotha, SCC Program Manager, also signed the MoU with Lork Chhum Teav . Touch Sarom, Phnom Penh.



Salvation Centre Cambodia (SCC) was awarded for the best performance as an organization and for funding management, particularly in building organizational leadership and programmatic management for contributing to the success of KHANA's three year Strategic Plan 2008-2010. Scc was selected through a technically comprehensive screening and process of evaluation including a short listing for KHANA's partners for program implements (PHDs) and by KHANA's Awarding Selection Committee. SCC received the award for best practice institution of the year in the community HIV/AIDS response for contributing the success of KHANA's three year Strategic Plan.

The general annual ceremony for KHANA's partners was organized by KHANA in the afternoon of 26th January 2011 at the Imperial Hotel. The aim of the ceremony was to review the achievements, challenges and lessons learnt from the program implementation for KHANA and the implementing partners. Additionally KHANA and, its partners for implementation wanted to harmonize the plan for the coming year and share KHANA's strategic plan for 2011-2015 (KSP15) with relevant stakeholder.

SCC Executive Director received the award from KHANA, handed over by Mr. FLYNN FULLER, Mission Director of United State Agency Of International Development (USAID).


Besides providing to the organization, individuals were awarded for the best persons in practical activists to fighting against HIV/AIDS in communities for contributing to the success of KHANA's three year strategic plan.

Mr. Tep Monyrotha, SCC Program Manager, was selected by KHANA' awarding selection committee to be awarded the champion of year for best practice person as practical activist for the long and outstanding contribution in HIV/AIDS responses at the community levels.

Mr. Tep Monyrotha received the outstanding individual award from KHANA, handed over by Ms. Cheryl L. Urashima, representing KHANA's board of director.

 Donations for HIV+ women at SCC project in Battambang!

Thanks to the efforts of our former volunteer Kristy, SCC is now represented and supported by global giving.

The project:

By training women to sew, teaching them basic business skills, and providing interest-free microloans, you combat the economic hardships that HIV imposes on women and their families in rural Cambodia.

Global giving:

Is a non-profit organization that builds the connection between donors and grassroot projects worldwide. If you donate money for women working in the project in SCC BTB, you help them for a long term. SCC BTB provides regular updates on how the team uses the money and what kind of improvements the women experience.

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“HIV/AIDS projects in Cambodia – Quo Vadis?”  from 27-28/10/'10

Meta House/German-Cambodian-Cultural-Centre, Phnom Penh 

As international donors might reduce their funds due to the financial crises and the HIV prevalence rate in Cambodia probably remains steady below 1% during the next years, NGOs have to start thinking about the efficiency and intensity of their HIV/AIDS programs and should review their target groups and think about a greater involvement of the PLHIV. Therefore, the workshop provided a panel for NGOs working in the area of HIV/AIDS and to give the CEOs and PCs of these NGOs the possibility to exchange experiences among themselves and also with representatives of the PLHIV- network, to share knowledge and to think about the further developments together. At the end of the workshop participants understood the importance of sustainability of the programs and organizations and developed ideas on how to make their HIV/AIDS projects more sustainable. 


STAND UP - TAKE ACTION! 17th - 19th of September '10

STAR Kampuchea organized events on the 17th and 19th of September with the support of the aid organization Salvation Centre Cambodia (SCC). 

The first event, which took place on the 17th of September, raised funds for the SCC and brought awareness to the issues of global poverty to community members and visitors to Phnom Penh.  The second event, which took place on the 19th of September, included activities taking place at an SCC school in Somrong Mean Chey community.World leaders promised to try to end extreme poverty by 2015 and pledged to support the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Our activity was organized “to make noise!”  We, Cambodian and foreign volunteers, stood up together! On Sunday, the 17th of September, we collected donations from local businesses, tourists, and   Cambodians. By educating and working with tourists and Cambodians, we stood up and made noise in the streets of Phnom Penh.  As a result, we raised awareness of the MDG pledges and advocated for world leaders to honor their word. We are proud to say that despite heavy rains, we persevered and collected about 325 $. The money will be used for school uniforms for the children of the SCC school in Somrong Mean Chey community. Some of the funds were also used to buy plants and food for the children.

The volunteers, with support from STAR Kampuchea staff, visited the school in the morning on the 19th of September.  The 50 students at the school supported by SCC, including students with HIV, were invited to spend time with the volunteers and will receive the new clothing. The activity began at 9:00 AM with a discussion, and then the volunteers taught the students children's songs in English. Then, a garden was created by the children, teachers, staff, and volunteers. This was followed by measuring the students for their new uniforms.  At the end, the children received nutritious food and clean water. The uniforms for the children will be created by a local income generation program within the same community. In the future, the children will learn how to take care of the garden by themselves, learning gardening skills and therefore another method of self-sufficiency.

Thanks to everyone , who was involved!


Since 2011 SCC opened a blog for volunteers working at SCC in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap or Battambang. The aim of the blog is to inform new volunters about the work of NGO and to help the volunteers get in touch with each other. Everyone can share his/her experiences and learn together.

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