Sunrise Angkor Learning Center opened in 2015, providing children from the Sunrise orphanage and surrounding area with quality education in the English language, information, communication and technology (ICT), Khmer traditional dance and music skills, art skill, cooking, hospitality and physical education. Currently the Learning Center accommodates 279 children/students, of which 173 students are disadvantaged children selected from surrounding communities.
With a newly developed curriculum, the Learning Center runs English classes with 2 hours per session and two shifts per day from two classrooms and a computer room (funded by WiTR in 2016). Junior and senior students have been separated into different classes and levels, however the facility has already reached its operating capacity.
In 2017, WiTR is raising funds to create a further two English and Khmer classrooms, and one Khmer traditional music room. The main purpose of this project is to improve the quality of education for unfortunate children in community and the Sunrise orphanage children, through providing the best possible free, quality education and skill development, and support their integration and prosperity in society with meaningful skills and talents.