"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success."


-- Henry Ford

OUR TEAM

We're contrived of volunteers from different backgrounds and ethnicities.

We have been brought together because at some point in our lives the Cambodian culture and peoples have inspired us to build a diversified international community. In turn, we focus on learning from the experiences of the past, and bringing the solutions we've learned into relevance in today's social issues. SEASIH is here to build the foundation for community highlighting the greatness that had come out of the sad, albeit beautiful, Cambodian struggle.

Our goal is to address the issues and highlight opportunities that effect the communities in Seattle and Sihanoukville. We continue to support projects in culture, education, health, and trade.

Sihanoukville Sister City Association is a federally recognized 501(c)3 organization.

81 %

Cambodians in America


Met the criteria for major affective disorder (which encompasses depression and generalized anxiety), accounting for the largest subgroup of Southeast Asians afflicted by mental health problems at the time.
29.3 %

Cambodian American community


A 2008 NYU study reported that 29.3% of the Cambodian American community lived under the poverty line. This was higher than the American average of people living below the poverty line which, in 2011, was recorded as 16% of all Americans.[13]

Alvin Tonn

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