Inclusive Cambodia is an organisation promoting disability and gender inclusive practices in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. They have developed a range of services to empower disabled and disadvantaged children and their families to live with dignity and independence.
WIG’s funds is to build Koh Dach Island's first sensory room. A sensory room is a dedicated space that is designed to help an individual with sensory issues learn to regulate their emotions and reactions to certain stimuli. The organization works with children with a variety of neuro-divergences and mobility difficulties, ranging from autism to cerebral palsy, and each experiences sensory stimuli in different ways. Sensory rooms allow children to relax and face a variety of stimuli in a way that will help them overcome their sensitivity to it and develop coping mechanisms when confronted with sensory experiences in their everyday lives.