Frequently asked question
Here you will be able to find out most frequent asked questions.
Are you a 501(c)3?
IS SAVE CAMBODIA affiliated with any political party?
No. Save Cambodia does not favor, nor are we affiliated with any political party. We do not support, endorse, and nor do we go against any government.
DO YOU PLAN ON SAVING CAMBODIA?
No. Do you think Cambodians needs saving or do you think there is always room for improvement and progression? Save Cambodia's sole purpose is to aid in providing Cambodians with the needed tools to gain self-efficacy towards cultural preservation and sustainability through engagement with individuals and global partnerships. Save Cambodia aims to shatter separation between race, gender, and social standing by promoting the belief of a common ground between all nations and administering the Cambodian cultural themes of compassion and empathy.
What does save cambodia want?
To provide space and opportunity for Cambodians establish and contribute towards international conversations and extending awareness towards the most effective and efficient path for a favorable outcome. To fully embrace the meaning of unity and solidarity through our five core values. For Cambodians to recognize why they are unique as a nation, appreciate why being "Khmer" is special, and what "Khmer" have to offer to the rest of the world. To help promote your best qualities no matter your status and keep your identity and culture alive.
WHY IS THE ORGANIZATION'S NAME, "SAVE CAMBODIA"?
We want to inspire and improve the mindset of others that no one has the ability to empower individuals other than themselves. Somewhere along the lines the word “save” gained a negative connotation. According to the Merriam-Webster, the word “save” is to keep safe; to stop from dying or being hurt, damaged or lost. It is up to the individual what they find important to the. We only provide a neutral path and offer tools for one to gain self-efficacy towards sustainability effectively and efficiently.
"No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."