The Song Saa Foundation champions community and environment through programmes that preserve the natural environment and improve the welfare of local communities. These programmes can be divided into water, people and land.
Our latest endeavour, the Song Saa Reserve, aims to develop a 200-hectare eco-tourism site which will support hotels, villas, conservation and cultural heritage initiatives and hospitality training to promote local culture and attract international visitors in a sustainable and ethical way.
The foundation is committed to the protection of ocean habitats and the preservation of marine life – from fish and invertebrates to coastal birds – in the Koh Rong Archipelago and all along Cambodia's coastline. Our projects include the support of community fisheries, a coral nursery and a tropical marine monitoring programme. We also have programmes in place for the conservation of mangroves and Cambodia’s rare sea grass meadows.Find out more
The Song Saa Foundation strives to improve the lives of local communities through a broad range of initiatives, including medical missions, education programmes and organic farming support. We look to sustain social and economic development within the community through employment opportunities at our private island resort, while the Boat of Hope provides much needed medical care through our outreach clinics and our annual International Medical Relief mission. The latter brings up to USD 1 million in medical supplies to the region along with an international team of qualified health care professionals every year.Find out more
Land-based initiatives by the Song Saa Foundation cover the conservation of terrestrial habitats and species in the Koh Rong Archipelago and Banteay Srey. We have protection and restoration programmes in place for mangroves and rainforest systems and an ongoing solid waste management project in Prek Svay. Our waste management programme involves recycling and composting, helping keep Prek Svay clean and allowing local villagers to be proud of their community, and in Banteay Srey we have commenced a pioneering rainforest restoration programme.Find out more
Over the next five years, we plan to build upon our existing work with the Asian Development Bank and implement water catchment systems and establish a long-term coral nursery.Find out more