Save The Earth Cambodia

Save the Earth Cambodia is a dynamic, not for profit, registered NGO based in Cambodia



To be a professional, results oriented organisaton that works collaboratively with partners and empowers communities to achieve harmony and prosperity in the whole of Cambodia.




We empower people (including marginalized, vulnerable, indigenous etc. people's fundamental rightsrights mainly on land, natural resources, gender considerations etc.),  to reduce their risk to manmade and natural  disasters; adapting to climate change by creating awareness,  gender empowerment; support them to build healthy and environmentally friendly communities and public institutions.




 By the end of 2015,

 Save the Earth Cambodia achieved the following targets:


  Long term goal


mid term goal


Our Values


The Strategic Plan sets out the broad directions and goals for Save the Earth over the next three years in order to realize our mission. The Plan has been developed in consultation with staff, communities, government agencies, partners and other stakeholders. We aim to build on the current strengths of the organization, be responsive to communities’ needs and emerging trends and position the organization for future sustainability.

Our History

Save The Earth Cambodia first commenced in November 2006 to respond to the evident need for local capacity building in Cambodia and for leadership in promoting Climate Change issues and mitigation strategies and Disaster Risk Reduction in Cambodia.

Our Organisation

Board Members

Honorary Members who successfully completed their terms

Identity of Save the Earth Cambodia

Save the Earth Cambodia (STEC) is a non-government, non-profit, neutral, non-racial, non-religious, and non-political organization. STEC does not provide equipment and financial means and human resources to support any political party or its candidates.

Save the Earth promotes environmental & energy facilities, builds local capacity at community and institutional levels and creates awareness in the community and in the local authorities in regard to climate change and gender issues.

Issues concerning Climate Change are addressed by mitigation and adaptation activities that can have an impact on the environment. These activities are carried out through empowerment programs involving community and community based institutions to identify the options in regard to mitigation and adaptation, and the identified options are mainstreamed into commune development plans.