The Rabbit School is a Cambodian NGO that was established in May 1997 as a Pilot Project to provide education for children with special needs at the Nutrition Centre, a governmental orphanage founded in Phnom Penh in 1982 for children in the age from 0-6 years, who were abandoned or whose parents were killed during the Khmer Rouge regime (1975-1979). In providing education to this group of extremely disadvantaged children, their organization marked the first crucial step in developing appropriate formal educational programs for Cambodian children with disabilities. In 2008 they started the first integrated class room in the Toul Kork Primary School and a Vocational Training Centre in Phnom Penh. Since 2014 they have been extending their services to other provinces and currently have education projects in Kandal, Kampong Speu and Siem Reap provinces.