Roloc Samleng: Our Outreach Project

What is outreach?

Outreach can be defined as an effort by an organisation or group to connect its ideas or practices to a specific audience. Here, we are using it to provide marine ecology education to local schools.

Why is it needed?

Kep archipelago’s management can only be sustainable with the involvement of local people. Fishing communities rely on the sea’s resources, but most haven’t had the chance to see what lies underneath the surface of the ocean. Our education project aims to bring the subject of marine ecology into local communities. To do so, we work in partenership with local schools and organisations where we run sessions on different marine topics. We do things a bit outside the box though. Our goal is to nourish student’s imagination through creative and engaging activities. For example, we will create a yarn painting mozaique of coral polyps or dress up as sharks with handmade costumes!

How can you help ?

As a volunteer, you will be helping on the preparation of these activities and be able to attend and assist those sessions. Your daily tasks can range from preparing saltdough to creating a giant food web. We believe that people with a diversity of skills can contribute to our marine outreach project.


Tell us how your specific skill set can contribute to the project :

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Equipment Donation

As you may know, we are located on Koh Seh, a small island 13km from the mainland. Our equipment is exposed to rough conditions,


Bank Transfer Donations

You can now donate to Marine Conservation Cambodia through Bank transfers, in our Cambodian Account.

If you have any difficulties, please let us know!

Beneficiary Bank’s Name: Advanced Bank of Asia Limited
Beneficiary Account Number: 000176408
Swift Code: ABAAKHPP
Beneficiary’s Bank Address: #148, Preah Sihanouk Blvd., Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Advanced Bank of Asia Limited

Recommended Intermediary Banks

1. Standard Chartered Bank Ltd., New York, U.S.A Swift Code: SCBL US 33
2. Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, New York, U.S.A Swift Code: BKTR US 33


Cryptocurrencies Donation

Marine Conservation Cambodia is now able to receive cryptocurrencies donations!

If you don’t know what theyre are, we invite you to go and check this page. Cryptocurrencies, as well as being the future of worldwide transaction and money, can become a new way to support the protection of our Ocean and planet.

Marine Conservation Cambodia is proud to become the first organisation in the country to explore this possibility! This page will progressively build up, and add more currencies as it goes. If you have any questions, please let us know!

MCC Bitcoin public address: 1E1HKcWGmhV2KPzat8NEJaqVXMEdrBrrbu


MCC Ethereum public address:


MCC Bitcoin Cash public address:





Good news, you can now donate to Marine Conservation Cambodia through the donation portals of the International Conservation Fund of Canada, supporting our work for now 4 years.
For US donors:
– Once you click on the page, select “Yes, I would like to choose where my donation should go”
– Then select “ICFC Cambodia: Marine Conservation”
– Fill up the form, and you’re done!
You can aslo take some time and discover ICFC other amazing projects around the world. They have been our stronger partner, and without them, nothing would have been possible!

Donate through the International Conservation Fund of Canada

Here, you will be able to donate through the online donation system of ICFC, our trusted partner for now 4 years!

Donate through the International Conservation Fund of Canada (US Donors)

Here, US donors specifically will be able to support Marine Conservation Cambodia.


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