Grace House Community Centre (GHCC) was founded in 2008 by Globalteer, a UK charity. Orginally named Globalteer Community Development Centre the name was changed when local NGO status was granted. "Grace" is the name of Globalteer director's grandmother. Starting with a converted Khmer house and 70 students GHCC has grown to educating 300 + students in 8 classrooms, a library, IT suite, electrician's training room, 2 social enterprises, special needs classroom and small group home.
Grace House Community Centre is a non-religious, non-political registered
Cambodian Non Government Organisation (NGO) No 580 and a registered charity
in England and Wales No.1155678 under the name "Grace House Cambodia Trust".
Who we are
In providing opportunities to learn vocational, craft and language skills families will increase their ability to earn an income or run a business, enabling them to become self sufficient.
Grace House Community Centre intends to achieve this by -
Educating the children in English Language and ensuring they receive a state education.
Supporting families while learning new skills and setting up new business with the help of micro loans.
Access to health care sanitation, clean water, dry homes and safe electricity .
Encourage inclusion of children with special needs in Siem Reap Province by enabling them to receive specialist education and a safe, caring environment for respite and transistional care.