The Red Road Foundation is a free education centre working for self-sustainability to build village-led social enterprises while addressing critical global issues, such as waste and education.
What do they do?
The Red Road Foundation reunites people from all over the world together in cross-cultural collaborations and experiential learning that raises the quality of living for all involved.
The Foundation‘s first project is Project Phoenix, which aims to foster Cambodian youth to become the future humanitarian leaders of the country by empowering them to realize their full potential through all necessary skills, healing, tools, and resources.
To help Cambodians to heal from the genocide of the Khmer Rouge, the foundation wants to create a sanctuary within a village community where they can educate, employ, and share trade skills with local villagers and create a communal environment, to be able to bring awareness and empower the students.
The community will benefit from a school free of charge with specialized teachings (art, local ideas, human rights, environmental awareness and skill as well as spiritual mentors and inspirational speakers and specialized trade workshops) and self-sustaining farms that will bring nutrition and trade skills to all.