2010 Prime Minister's Gold Medal Award

On 10 June 2010, Marion Fromm was awarded the Cambodian Prime Minister's Gold Medal Award at the SMEs Annual Gala Dinner. The award was presented in recognition of her dedication and work to build Cambodian Harvest Dried Fruit Co. Ltd. into a major manufacturing plant that provides training, counselling and employment for landmine survivors in Cambodia.

2008 Cambodian Harvest Dried Fruit Co. Ltd Registered as a Company

Registered initially as RTC Cambodia and operating as an non-governmental organization (NGO). In 2008 we took the next step to foster growth and self-sufficiency by registering Cambodian Harvest Dried Fruit Co. Ltd. as our company name.

2007 Farm and Land Purchased

Picking Mangoes at the Farm 2007
Picking Mangoes at the Farm 2007

In 2007 we purchased a Farm and land enable Cambodian Harvest to become more self-sufficient, growing and harvesting our own fruit. The farm now provides accommodation for many Cambodian Harvest staff and is the site of a factory designed specifically to meet the unique needs of our employees. Thirty tons of mangoes have been harvested each year, enabling more control over the whole dried fruit production process.

2006 Employer of the Year Award

In 2006 RTC (the original name of Cambodian Harvest Co. Ltd) was awarded Employer of the Year Award by the Business Advisory Council.

The award was issued in recognition of the work done by our organisation to train, employ and assist the many staff with disabilities. The focus of our organisation has always been to assist landmine survivors and in particular those suffering from leg amputations.

2004 Humble Beginnings

In 2004 Marion Fromm rented a building to house a factory and training centre in Phnom Penh. This first premises began operations under the name of RTC Cambodia.