A Quarter of a Million Dollars for Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap April, 2, 2018

Myriam Chalek is famous for her designing skills and alternative controversial fashion shows as an activist fashion designer, but yet her truly impressive humanitarian work goes virtually unnoticed–usually eliciting nothing more than a fleeting mention. Not only has the 30-year-old visited several war-torn countries and refugee camps all around the world, but she is also Vice President of the French NGO “Give Them A Chance”. Being a successful
entrepreneur, Myriam gives back to the human community to help end poverty and establish healthcare and education opportunities in countries like Poland, India and today Cambodia.

Myriam Chalek, Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist
Myriam Chalek, Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist

 

Myriam Chalek, Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist
Myriam Chalek, Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist

Myriam Chalek, Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist

Myriam Chalek, Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist

Myriam Chalek, Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist
Myriam Chalek, Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist

She started her charity work in Siem Reap on April 2snd to aid causes close to her heart. From purchasing free equipment like sewing machines to donating over 1000 chickens to families in secluded villages so they can start a small farming business to become self sufficient, Myriam goes the extra mile to reach out to the poorest. After gauging the lack of clean water in many communities, she developed a large nurmber of water wells’ drilling : 1000 are forecasted to be completed by the end of the year. Myriam Chalek offers her help to those in need of a chance: A Chance to see a brighter future. Thus Bor Val village in Sout Nikum district was one of the beneficiaries. About two hours by car from Siem Reap, Myriam ride along with other volunteers to meet the village chief who had gathered a plethora of families and hundreds of kids ecsatic to ride their brand new bikes that will make their
commute to school easier

‘’ It’s always hard to see kids and decent people living in such difficult conditions. So if i can
help one child to realise his dream or one family to become self sufficient, it will be the
beginning of change. Its all about giving back and working together as a team. Nothing is
given but everything is built »


Reference

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Myriam Chalek,  Activist Fashion Designer & Philanthropist
Vice President
NGO Give Them A
Chance
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