10 Students at the Centre for Children's Happiness, a centre for orphans and disadvantaged children in Phnom Penh, take to the streets to capture the essence of Cambodia.

Meet the photographers (above) then scroll down and explore the archives to see their progress each week....


The exhibition of the final work of the Smile Project will take place with an opening exhibition on 25 October 2008 at Gasolina (Street 57) in BKK, Phnom Penh. The exhibition will run for a month. We hope you visit to view the children's work.

Monday, January 19, 2009

New locations

The children's pictures had a successful showing at Gasolina and are now on display in 2 more locations in Phnom Penh!

The upstairs large meeting room in The Living Room in BKK and also at the delightful K'nyay restaurant located just by the Independence Monument on Sihanouk Bvd.

The children and teachers have had an audience with The King of Cambodia! (click on the link
http://www.norodomsihamoni.org/news.php?lan=E&year=2008&month=10&day=30&seq=1 and click on the title: Cambodian (sic) Center for Happiness to see the photographs)

Coverage of the project by the Phnom Penh Post is here:

Should you wish to purchase a print please contact us - proceeds of sale go to the child who took the picture and to the Centre for Children's Happiness.

Finally - 2009 calenders now available showcasing the children's work for only $6!!! Contact us to get yours sent to you immediately! - Smilecambodia@gmail.com

1 comment:

facebook said...

Very good idea this concept of Smile Project.. I hope it will be contagious in Cambodia :-)