The Montagnard of Southeast Asia are the poorest, most illiterate and consequently have the most health problems. Our graduates help other western NGO's in their effort to help the Montagnard through their training and knowledge of language and culture. CCi Nursing Graduate Ket serves her people through her work at a Cathloic Charties Clinic.
Khang teaches land law
Rapid changes in Southeast Asia threaten to eliminate a culture and a way of life. A CCi graduate teaches villagers how to register and protect their land from unscruplous developers and others who would take advantage of their lack of knowledge.
CCi Graduate with STEM Class
Your support will build a force of students who can embrace change and use it to help their people participate on an equal basis while protecting and preserving their culture. Here a CCi graduate and teacher Sev Yem poses with a STEM Team and his students. Sev Yem made the arrangements to have the Team travel to his remote school from Phnom Phen, a twelve-hour drive!
Khvet Student Teaching
In the classroom
Khvet Student Teaching Kids
Your support will create force multipliers-those who can influence greater numbers through their education and training as teachers, health practitioners and through community development.
First Group of CCi College Students, 2007
Your support will create an educated cadre of leaders who will help in the development of the region while protecting their culture and way of life. The Montagnard do not object to development, they only ask to have an equal voice in its implementation. These young leaders will form a network throughout their provinces to improve the future of their people.