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Mith Samlanh("Friends" in English) is a local organization working with marginalized children/youth, their families and their communities to build their futures and to develop creative projects that effectively support the children to become in independent and productive members of the community.

Mith Samlanh was established in August 1994 as a non-religious organization working with street children in Phnom Penh. The non-governmental organization (NGO) was established in response to the needs of marginalized children/youth, their families and their communities. The projects of Mith Samlanh aim to facilitate the children's social reintegration into their families, the public school system, the workplace, and their culture.

From its brightly painted center behind Friends the Restaurant, Mith Samlanh offers food, shelter, medical care, training and educational facilities for over 1,800 homeless, vulnerable or abandoned children each day.

 

We were selected as one of the Top 100 in the world

From over 40,000 eligible organizations, a shortlist of 450 who met the innovation, accountability, and transparency requirements of Global Journal was drawn up who then went into the final selection process.

We were then selected as one of the Top 100 in the world – and this year we have moved up the ladder, achieving position 61 (last year 76)!

Mith Samlanh the first NGO to receive the Best Practice Award for NGO Good Practice in Cambodia

Mith Samlanh has just been awarded the Best Practice Award for NGO Good Practice by the Cooperation Committee for Cambodia for compliance with all standards in the Code of Ethical Principles and Minimum Standards for NGOs in Cambodia.

   

 “Equality in Education is Essential for Progress of Our Society”

(Date 5 March 2014)

Women have been disrespected, discriminated against regarding work, been unable to share their idea, and many things ...

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 Acoustic Picnic

(Date 7 Feb 2014)

The Amazing Acoustic Picnic is a fund raising event of MithSamlanh . And this year, we will also celebrate Mith Samlanh...

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 Mith Samlanh student won a prize in the competition

(Date: 05-Dec-2013)
On 26 November 2013, Mith Samlanh student Phor Akara won a...

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 International HIV/AIDS Day!

(Date: 03-Dec-2013)
On 29th November, 2013, Mith Samlanh recognised International HIV/AIDS day with an event under the title of ...

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Dear valued customers of Friends the Restaurant and Romdeng,

We wish to announce that with effect from January 2014 until further notice our restaurants will be open Seven days a week, from 11am to 10:30pm (Kitchen closes 9:30pm).

This is to enable us to maintain the high standards of training which we give to our students, and in turn to ensure that your dining experience in our restaurants meets the standards of excellence we strive to reach for all our customers

Thank you for your continued and valued support,

The Mith Samlanh Team


 
Go to Friends-International Website Mith Samlanh is a Friends Program

Go to Childsafe Website Mith Samlanh is a member of the ChildSafe Network

   

Friends The Restaurant

Open Monday to Sunday
from 11am to 10:30pm (Kitchen closes 9:30pm)

#215 Street 13 Phnom Penh
Tel: 012 802 072
friendstherestaurant@mithsamlanh.org
Facebook Page

Romdeng Restaurant

Open Monday to Sunday
from 11am to 10:30pm (Kitchen closes 9:30pm)

#74 Street 174, Phnom Penh
Tel: 092 219 565
romdeng@mithsamlanh.org
Facebook Page

Friends 'N' Stuff

Address1: House 215, street 13 next to Friends The Restaurant
Tel: +(855)23 555 23 91/ 012 453 826
fns@mithsamlanh.org

Address2: Phsar Tuol Tom Poung
(Russian Market)
Stall # 434, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Nailbar

Located in Friends 'n' Stuff Shop, #215 Street 13, near the National Museum, Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 426748


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