Nokor Tep Foundation Cambodia
Nokor Tep Foundation Cambodia, is a Not for Profit organization, founded by Mrs Ros Priboun, Mrs Janne Ritskes, founder of Tabitha Cambodia (NGO), Dr Ing Kantha Phavi, Cambodian Minister for Women's Affairs and Mr. Trac Thai Sieng, Vice Governor of the city of Phnom Penh. More details are outlined on the Founders page.
Nokor Tep Foundation was officially registered with the Royal Cambodian Government on 7th October 2011.
The Nokor Tep Foundation's vision is to create a health care program, facilities & services for women across Cambodia.
The centerpiece of the Foundation's initiative is the development of the Nokor Tep Women's Hospital in Phnom Penh.
This hospital will provide access to modern gynaecological and oncological care not currently available in Cambodia plus provide education, preventative and mobile care services to reach women across all parts of Cambodia and contribute to an overall improvement in Cambodian women's health. More details on the Women's Hospital are outlined on the Initiative page.
Nokor Tep Foundation Directors – Janne and Sieng- are actively involved in the management of the Hospital's construction. All payments by Nokor Tep Foundation are approved by the Directors and the Foundation's annual accounts are audited.