"Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime".
In an ever connecting world, ComplyChain is committed to fighting the battle against poverty with a new approach. We don't throw money at this problem, we invest heavily in our causes. We are helping the less fortunate by giving them a real chance to make it in the digital age.
ComplyChain focuses mainly on providing tools to orphanages and low-income schools in developing and third world countries. These children don't have access to the myriad of information available on the internet. Our consultants and volunteers teach English, in addition to introductions to coding, cryptocurrency and more.
We help money service businesses reach their goals of becoming and remaining complaint within the jurisdictions in which they operate. Additionally, rather than pulling the less fortunate out of poverty without any skills to maintain a steady life, with our system, we are able to help these children lift themselves out of poverty and have a shot to make it in the new connected world.
In February 2019, ComplyChain co-founder Adnan Tahir was traveling through Southeast Asia and came across Education Action Cambodia (EAC). Since then, ComplyChain has become a proud sponsor of EAC.
Sokhan Yung is a selfless individual who runs a school called Education Action Cambodia (EAC) in the heart of Phnom Penh. Growing up in severe poverty, Sokhan wanted to make a difference, to allow the next generation to pull themselves out of poverty with the right tools and mentorship.
ComplyChain manager, Ronanto Meas, spearheads the efforts to combat poverty. Our volunteers are determined to support men and women like Sokhan, championing their cause.
Sokhan, in the blue shirt, puts these underprivileged before his own well-being.