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Chibodia's Goals

Chibodia believes that Children all over the world...

  • have the right to be loved, understood and protected.
  • have the right to be treated equally, regardless of race or sex.
  • have the right to adequate nutrition and live in an environment where they can develop mentally and physically.
  • have the right to an education.
  • have the right to be protected from evil, neglect or exploitation.

Chibodia will try hard to realize these inalienable rights for their Children.

The following paragraph contains a quotation from our charter. These are binding goals and only by striving after these goals can we remain a registered charitable organisation and continue helping in Cambodia. The German Finance department checks on Chibodia regularly to make sure our expenditures match the goals in our Charter. All donations exclusively serve the following purposes and goals.

"The purpose is particularly to support existing orphanages that - because of insufficient facilities and/or deficient training of employees - need help with the realization of children's rights. ... Furthermore, the purposes of the association will be achieved by training in the areas of hygiene and medical care, as well as free education. "

Our main Goal (Quotation from the Charter)

"A long-term goal is the foundation and maintenance of children's homes to accommodate children of both sexes who are orphans, abandoned or in any other way in need of protection. For this purpose, funds will be accumulated according to German tax regulations. The supervision  and care of the children is supposed to take place in family-like housing situations. The upbringing of the children is supposed to take place in the Christian spirit of mutual charity and respect. The children's education shall be of a high quality and shall foster their will to improve the living conditions of their fellow citizens. Juveniles and young adults who have grown out of a children's home run by the association will be given the chance to graduate from university in their home country by a system of education sponsorship"