Detail of Information

គ្រិតភីសកម្ពុជា ( )

Great Peace Cambodia (GPC)

Type : Local NGOs

Gpp : Never

Sector :

Contact Information

Director/Country director :

Ccc Box :

Po Box : 372

Phone Number : 053 953 742

Email Address :


Head Quarter Phone Number : -10246

Head Quarter Website :

Head Quarter Email :

Head Quarter Address : 11F TaiWha Building, 19

Head Quarter Country :


Province : Battambang

District : Battambang

Commune : Svay Pao

Village : Ou Thum


Great Peace Cambodia was established under the MoU agreement with Ministry of Foreign Affair and International Cooperation of Kingdom of Cambodia to register as an International NGO in 2009 as well as signed a MoU with Ministry of Social Affair, Veterans, and Youth Rehabilitation in 2010.


Great Peace Cambodia was established in 2009 by the Great Peace Headquarter, an organization in the Republic of Korea. GPC opens a community center in Battambang province to support people in need through its varied social services and experience built up over 93 year in the Republic of Korea.


1. We are Christians to serve God with diverse social services 2. We are Professional as a social worker following social worker’s value and ethics 3. We are successors following our history to strengthen the capacity for self-reliance in Cambodia 4. We are partners to work together with diverse sectors to help the community 5. We are the Pioneers to lead with knowledge and social work to broaden the social welfare sector in Cambodia


Actualize great harmony in the world by improving the quality of life in an underprivileged neighborhood through a spirit of serving and sharing


Great Peace Cambodia is a Christian organization dedicated to work with family and community to enhance quality of life with diverse social welfare services through a regional community center model in the Kingdom of Cambodia.


1. Enhance family welfare through strengthening family functioning and relationship for needy family 2. Provide basic needs to the vulnerable people and organize community people to prevent and solve the community problems by themselves through self-reli