Lotus Eldercare is proud to be a partner of Asia Institution of Sciences, Cambodia for our Specialise Caregiver Training Course.
We are delighted to be in Cambodia and hope to be a long term partner for AIS to introduce our course and create job opportunities for Cambodian carers to come over.
Signing of MOU is done on the 4th of January, 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
With accreditation from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, the Asia Institute of Sciences launched on 08 August 2012. We have a clear and simple goal: to become the excellent medical training centre to train our students to become qualified, competent, passionate and ethical nurses, midwifes and medical laboratory technicians, and to perform their work successfully with care, respect, and love for all in Cambodia and internationally. Our aim is to help the Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia to expand qualified human resources in health care and to improve the quality and delivery of health care services, thus improving the quality of life of Cambodians.
The Save Cambodian Children Fund – Australia (SCCFA), incorporated in
2003, is a non-profit, non-partisan, non-political and non-governmental
organisation, staffed entirely by volunteers.
Funds raised by SCCFA are repatriated to carefully selected local NGOs in
Cambodia where they are invested in programs and projects that protect
and support the children and families who are the most severe victims of