We are pleased to bring you some updates from our Centres in Cambodia, and thank you for your continuous support towards Project Khmer H.O.P.E.!
Your support has enabled many lives to be transformed by providing, amongst many things, education and basic needs to the poor children and youth of Cambodia.
Medical Team at PKH
A Medical Team from St Andrew’s Cathedral visited PKH in March to conduct health screening at the 3 PKH Centres. There were 6 persons in the team, including 2 doctors, a nurse and a pharmacist. The team attended to a total of 211 children, 114 youth and a few staff, at the Centres in Chbarmon, Aoral and Trang.
Electricity has arrived at Aoral!
After years of dependence on generators, the PKH Centre at Aoral can now function on regular electrical power supplied by a public plant newly set up in the district. Thank God for this advancement! We are grateful to all (engineers and technicians alike) who have helped to provide the Centre with electrical and solar power.
St Andrew’s School Alumni Cycling Team visits Project Khmer H.O.P.E.
On 30 Apr, a first-of-its-kind trip comprising a team of 15 persons from the St Andrew’s School Alumni Cycling Team visited PKH, cycling from PKH Aoral to PKH Trang. Despite the sweltering heat, the team persevered through the rough terrain to deliver 12 Bicycles, basic toiletries and household necessities to the Trang families. A workshop was conducted to share some skills on bicycle maintenance, as well as a fun game of touch rugby with the children at Trang, and visits to some of the village homes. We thank the team for braving the hottest month in Cambodia to bless the community at PKH Trang!