TFish representative John Kieu visited the Kampong Cham Children's Home in Cambodia on June 4, 2016. He met the orphans in the current home and also saw the new dorms being constructed that we are helping to build.
Traveling Dirt Roads
On Saturday, June 4, 2016 Pastor Sinai and his associate led our team of 10 to the children's home in Kampong Cham. We took Pastor Sinai's car and our van to get there. The home is about 80 kilometers from our headquarters, and the journey took about 90 minutes. We arrived at the destination at approximately 11 AM. The home is located in the rural areas of Kampong Cham province, outside of the city center. Once off the main highway, we had to take a dirt road to the site.
We are pleased to announce our new partnership with SEAPC, a Christian global community of friends that believes lives are changed through prayer.
SEAPC, a registered 501c3 organization in the USA, partners with New Hope Children’s Homes (NHO) in Cambodia to break the poverty cycle in Cambodia by providing for the orphaned and abandoned children throughout the country. Thousands of children throughout the country are orphaned and abandoned due to residual effects of the Khmer Rouge regime and civil war when all infrastructure within the country was essentially destroyed. These children are at risk of becoming victims of human trafficking, drug use/dealers, various criminal activities, malnutrition, serious health issues and lack of education.
As of May 2016, NHO is providing daily care for 377 children within 14 homes in 13 provinces throughout the country. The goal is to have a home in every province of Cambodia, providing for at least 1,000 children at any given time by the end of 2018. This brings a child from a place of hopelessness into a life full of hope and opportunity.
Our support will help build a new orphanage in Cambodia for 39 children. We invite our donors to join us in giving $20,000 toward the $70,000 needed to build the new children's house.
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