PKH Tour & Alumni Dinner 2018 coming up this 22 – 26 August, Phnom Penh

This year, the Alumni Dinner will be held in Phnom Penh. Join us as we celebrate with the PKH former graduates and their families, at the 2018 Alumni Dinner, to be held at Raffles Hotel Le Royal.

Some highlights of the program include visiting all of PKH’s expressions of work in Cambodia:

  • Visit PKH Centres and PKH English School
  • See how Farming God’s Way is bearing fruit (and vegetables!)
  • Dedication of the new Trang Mission House
  • Join the congregation of newly renovated Church of Christ our Peace (CCOP) Phnom Penh for Sunday Service
PKH Tour spaces are limited to 40 persons and registrations for this Tour will open to the congregation at St Andrew’s Cathedral from next week.

However, we would like all supporters of PKH to have the opportunity to register for this Tour, right now.

For more information, please email or call (+65) 63376104 ext 133.

We hope you will join us on this trip and we look forward to receiving your registrations.

Farming God’s Way (FGW) at PKH Trang 16-18 Jan 2017

In Jan 2017, we were very blessed to host Brian Smith from AgriStewards and Vatanak, who conducted farming training using Farming God’s Way at PKH Trang. Teacher Deborah, Brother Souvuth, Brother Ngoun Y, Sokha Buntheurn and around 10 students/staff from PKH Trang attended the training, together with Ds Bessie, Ena and Adeline from Singapore. We were also joined by a few local and expatriate Christians who heard about the training via a local Christian community email.

On the first day, Brian gave us a detailed lecture on the background and principles of Farming God’s Way which consists of 3 interconnected spheres; Biblical, Technology and Management. We learnt that the soil should not be ploughed and the importance of looking after the health of the soil which includes no burning, practising rotation and covering the soil with mulch which FGW calls God’s Blanket.

We then went on to the practical session on the second day when we planted a 6m x 6m test garden of cucumber, long beans and watermelon. Each step was precisely planned, measured, performed with minimal wastage and adhering to the requirement of high standards. At the four corners of the plot, Brian instructed us to mark each corner with a permanent peg with a bible verse written on it, staking God’s claim on the land. And above all of this, there was prayer and joyful singing of worship songs throughout the preparation of the land and during planting. The training continued in the afternoon on composting and management.

Sokha Bunthoeurn writing 1 Peter 1:5 on the first leg.

It was an eye-opening experience for all of us to learn how God already has mechanisms in place that allow fauna, flora and soil to co-exist with high levels of productivity and minimal environmental degradation. God has indeed provided sufficiency in all things.

We are very grateful to Brian and Vatanak for conducting the training, and we hope to reach out to the surrounding villagers with Farming God’s Way as a tool to empower them to break out from poverty.

AgriStewards is an American organisation founded with the vision of teaching sustainable farming techniques using Farming God’s Way to help individuals, families and their communities meet the basic needs of life through farming.

Farming God’s Way (“FGW”) is a Godly solution to the food security and poverty crisis for the rural poor. FGW has a proven track record of success since 1984 where these practises were pioneered in Zimbabwe by Brian Oldreive. It has since been used by churches and NGOs throughout Africa and has now been extended to Mexico, Nepal, US and UK.

FGW is a biblical-based method of conservation and sustainable farming with 3 main interconnected spheres:

  1. Biblical
    1. Acknowledge God and God alone
    2. Consider your ways
    3. Understanding God’s all-sufficiency
    4. What you sow is what you will reap
    5. Bring the tithes and offerings to God
    6. Stake your claim
  2. Management
    1. On time
    2. To high standards
    3. With minimal wastage
  3. Technology
    1. No ploughing
    2. 100% mulch covers (which FGW refers to as God’s blanket)
    3. Practising rotations

Trang children singing praises to our Lord as we began preparing the garden.

The students at Trang working together to wheel the heavy bags of wood ash to the test garden site.

Hands on experience of preparing the soil for the new seeds, under the guidance of Brian Smith.

And finally, God’s ‘Blanket’ covering the newly planted seeds in the test garden.

For more information about FGW, please visit their website via this link.

Missions Evening 18th November 2016

PKH will be there at the Missions Evening! So please join us at our booth if you are around the corner and take this opportunity to get to know us and learn more about the project! You will also have a chance to purchase ethnic hand-crafted Cambodian products for Christmas.

Venue: St. Andrews Cathedral, Singapore

Date: 18th November 2016

Time: 6-930pm


Here is the breakdown of the programme for the evening:

  1. The Missions Bazaar, 6-8pm (open to all)
    Venue:  The CNS Amphitheatre
    Admission: Free of charge; all are welcome.
  2. The Missions Dinner, 7-930pm
    Venue:  The CNS B1 Halls
    Admission: By tickets priced at $12 per adults and $6 per child.

All contributions will be used solely for the work of helping the poor and needy within the scope of PKH and not for administrative costs / overheads.

See you there!

Best Regards,


UPDATE – The Project Khmer H.O.P.E. Tour 2016

Dear Friends,

This is to inform you that this Tour is fully subscribed and registration is now closed. However, do watch this space closely as we will continue to update you on what’s happening at PKH!



The Project Khmer H.O.P.E. Tour 2016 is on!

Dear Friends,

PKHCambodia would like to invite you to join us on our tour to Cambodia on the 10-13th September 2016 (the 12th is a Singapore public holiday).


The general itinerary includes:

  • A visit to all 3 PKH Centres plus PKH’s new Tuition Centre in Kampong Speu
  • Food distribution to poor villagers
  • Observe PKH vocational training classes
  • Be part of the PKH Alumni dinner
  • Sightsee in Phnom Penh
  • Time of fellowship with one another

For more details, kindly click here. Registration form is also attached in the link.

Registration forms and payments can be returned in the following ways:

  • The Information Desk at St. Andrew’s Cathedral Church Services on Saturdays / Sundays OR
  • Mailed to the PKH Co-ordinator, Project Khmer H.O.P.E., c/o 11 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178959

We have limited seats, so do register as soon as you can before the 31st July 2016!

If you have any questions, feel free to drop us an email at or submit your query via the tab below. We will attend to you as soon as we can.

Many thanks and we look forward to seeing you!

PKHCambodia  🙂