…Recently in Cambodia

5 Jun 2019

Suffering in Cambodia

2019-06-05T16:05:12+00:00 June 5th, 2019|

Some days they don’t have enough money to buy food to feed the whole family. Here's an update from Pastor James on his work with families forced to live in the "new" Phnom Penh garbage dump: This area we called new garbage dump, the government move from the old garbage dump in Phnom Penh city to outside of city from 2009 until now. The people working every day to pick up trash for sale, this is their daily work. For the new garbage dump, there are people living in this area about 300 families, for people living life there is

3 Jun 2017

The Children of Cambodia

2017-07-03T16:23:14+00:00 June 3rd, 2017|

PRESERVING THE PRECIOUS SCENT FROM POURING INTO THE GROUND James Saan (in the Tuk Tuk above, with some of the children) is supported by Partners in Hope to serve children and poor families in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  This young man is remarkable!  Giving himself continually for those that few others care about.  James and volunteer friends along with you and other partners in Hope are changing a community, therefore a city and a country. As a Partner you have a part in children's camps, clean water for communities, medical care of children and constant encouragement and hope to the

11 Apr 2017

Our Community of Hope in Cambodia

2017-07-03T16:27:06+00:00 April 11th, 2017|

Our Community of  Hope supports some of the poorest families in Phnom Penh who live amid the trash and debris from the city. The children run around picking up trash each day so their families can sell anything of value. James Sann Puthree,  our full-time faith-social worker who works directly with the children, writes: “Some of my friends and I go there to bring food and teach the families basic daily living skills. Some don’t even know the first thing about basic skills to help keep their families alive. They don’t know to boil the water before drinking it,