Tabitha Foundation Cambodia

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Welcome to Tabitha Foundation Cambodia

The reporting in this website starts at September 2012.

For the fiscal year Sept 2016 to Aug 2017, Tabitha has 12,526 families with 100,208 dependents 

Overall, Tabitha has made an impact on  570,287 families with 4,562,296 dependents

Recent Newsletters

April 2018

Dear friends and partners,

There is an age old question that no one seems to have an answer for – “what comes first, the chicken or the egg”. For Tabitha the question is easily answered – - Savings!!! - for  a clutch of chicks or a family of several hens and a rooster – or a group of goslings or two adult ducks!

Savings for families who live in poverty is a way to take a small amount and turn it into a bigger amount. Chicks, chickens or ducks is a good way to take a little and turn it into more.  Chicks start to lay eggs at 20 days - good chickens  lay everyday for about a year and then get a bit tired and lay every second day – roosters – well they like to rule the roost and every rooster needs their own space for peace to reign.


Water sources

The Tabitha WATER program runs in parallel with the “Community Development through Savings” program. This program enables families to have access to clean, potable water and to raise a family’s income significantly.


Nokor Tep Women's Hospital - A key vision of the Tabitha Foundation is to ensure better health.