SCC has a handicrafts and souvenir shop located at the Wat Thmey Pagoda in Siem Reap.
Wat Thmey is one of the ‘killing fields’ sites in Siem Reap where during the Khmer Rouge regime (1975 - 1979) a large number of people were killed and buried. ‘Killing fields’ was a term coined by the Cambodian doctor turned journalist, Dith Pran, who was born and raised in Siem Reap and is the subject of the 1984 Academy Award winning film ‘The Killing Fields’.
SCC is a Cambodian NGO awarded with the GPP award for good governance and professional practice. The award indicates that SCC has adopted strong value based practice with a system of transparency and accountability in place and has built up a strong spirit of teamwork in the organization.
Moreover SCC receives support from international and national donors such as Bread for the World, CAFOD, Intervida, KHANA, ACR/CA, ICCO,TROCAIRE and others.