Cambodia

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Buddhist portal of Cambodia. The website presents such sections as: Temple Events, Buddha Relics, Monks Pray, Dhamma Talk, Dhamma Text, Dhamma Library, Meditation Center, Meditation Group, Buddhist Radio, Buddhist TV, Buddhist Music, Wat Khmer.

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KEAP  is an international "friends of Buddhism in Cambodia" humanitarian organization, assisting with education and learning needs of Cambodian monks, nuns, and laypersons devoted to harnessing the wheel of the Dharma to create a culture of peace, reconciliation, and people-centered development in Cambodia.

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Khmer Buddhist temple.

City: Phnom Penh
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Khmer Dhammayutta Order temple.

City: Commune of Phsar Dek
Federal State: Kandal Province
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Missions:
* Establishing school of Vipassana (Insight Meditation) to instruct and guide all Cambodian Buddhists to do good, avoid all evils and cleanse their mind according the way of Lord Buddha in order to have patience and calmness for themselves individually. This could lead all of us prosperity and peace in our society.
* Organizing and disseminating the messages of enhancing social ethics and harmony through:
a). Explaining and interacting directly.
b). Preparing the mini classes for everybody in either inside or outside the Center.
c). Forming the initiative works by sending educated Buddhist monks to abroad and welcoming all foreign visitors who wish to practice meditation in our center.
* Offering alms food to monks, nuns and laypeople who are practicing Meditation in the Center.
* Building a nursing home to take care and give healthy aids to both domestic and international associations, communities and institutes in order to treat those people who wish to study Dhamma.
* Establishing a Talent Pali and Sanskrit Language School, and also national and international literature.

 

City: Kampong Cham Town
Federal State: Kampong Cham Province
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BSDA is supporting the poor amongst the poorest, especially focusing its efforts on reaching the truly impoverished, street children, orphans and vagabonds and educating them on important life issues, violence prevention and social and Buddhist morality in Cambodia, which is also stretching into the educational programs made available for teenagers and adults.