Our Projects


Lavalla School

The LaValla School was established by the Marist Brothers in 1998. It is the only government approved school providing a full primary education to children with physical disabilities… read more  [/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third]Welcome to LaValla[/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third_end]

Viola Wheeler Music Program

Up to 30 young people from LaValla School and Villa Maria receive tuition in a range of music-related activities… read more [/ezcol_1third_end]

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Yodifee stands for Youth with Disabilities Foundation for Education and Employment. In 2002, Yodifee was established to address the needs of the recent LaValla graduates who were struggling to become self-sufficient…. read more

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These farms are located in the Battambang and Kampot districts. At Yodifarm, youth with disabilities learn the skills necessary to become farmers, with many of them encouraged to establish their own farms in other areas after their training, and become self-sufficient. … read more

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In 2012 arrangements for vocational training for 21 young people, including 9 girls, were made. Additionally, 5 students followed a course in animal husbandry at Kampot. Apprenticeships were found for 6 trainees and 5 young women were helped to establish their own businesses. read more