Here are some pictures of the Trang Mission House, the construction of which was made possible by your support and prayers. In some of these pictures, we can see our Industrial Skills Course (ISC) students helping with the finishing touches including varnishing and constructing false ceilings, under the supervision of our ISC teachers.
Whene’er I take my walks abroad,
How many poor I see!
What shall I render to my God
For all his gifts to me?
Not more than others I deserve,
Yet God hath given me more:
For I have food, while others starve,
Or beg from door to door.
How many children in the street
Half naked I behold!
While I am clothed from head to feet,
And cover’d from the cold.
While some poor wretches scarce can tell
Where they may lay their head,
I have a home wherein to dwell,
And rest upon my bed.
Are these thy favours, day by day,
To me above the rest?
Then let me love thee more,
And try to serve thee best.
In our world today of 7 billion people, 1 in 3 people have no hope of ever knowing Jesus as they have no access to anyone who can tell them about Him. These are the Unreached People Groups, people who are separated from the Good News by tough geographical, social, language or other barriers.
The very remote villages of Chom Bok, Trang, Koudounthei and Tanil are PKH’s frontier missions to the Suoy community of Unreached Peoples.
In our December 2017 update, we reported that construction had begun on the Mission House on 5 December 2017 and was expected to be completed in 3 months. We are pleased to report that the Mission House was completed on 14 March 2018, just in time for visiting medical and dental Mission teams to conduct health and dental checks for the 350 children and to villagers of the Suoy Community. The Mission House will also provide residence for the Mission staff. PKH gratefully thanks all who gave of themselves to this work through their time, efforts, funds and prayers.
Check out these photos of the crops from our very own garden at Trang!
PKH started the new academic term on 26 Feb 2018 with 30 Year 2 Students and 75 Year 1 Students for Hospitality Course at PKH Centre Chbarmon, and 24 Students for Industrial Skills Course at PKH Centre, Aoral.
Students are now midway into their first term, and the Medical and Dental teams have made their first trips of the year to attend to the students’ healthcare needs.
In mid-April, the PKH Centres are closed for the Khmer New Year. The students have gone home for the holidays, and we hope they will have a meaningful time with their families.
Warm greetings from PKH!
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
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.