President Andrew Visits Kulen 2 Area Programme
Wo rld Vision International President and CEO Andrew Visit at Kulen 2 Area Programme, Preah Vihear Province, Cambodia
Achievement video of Tbeng Meanchey Area Programme
The brief 18 years of achievement of Tbeng Meanchey Area Programme in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia
World Vision Cambodia
World Vision commenced work in Cambodia in 1970. Our focus is on helping the most vulnerable girls and boys overcome poverty so they can experience the fullness of life now and in the future.
Inspired by our Christian faith, our work reaches children no matter their background or if they live in the most dangerous of places.
We are driven by our desire to ensure that every girl and boy has what they need to grow in mind, body, and spirit. Every day, our 600 staff work hard to empower children to live lives filled with joy, become all that Jesus created them to be, and go further than they could ever have imagined. Guided by more than 50 years of experience and expertise, our dedicated staff employ proven, effective development and relief practices to empower communities to become self-sufficient and bring real, lasting change.
As a leading global partner, we labour alongside supporters, stakeholders, families, and communities to transform lives and offer hope. As a result, all our lives are enriched. Together, with our partners, we have positively reached the lives of more than 1.3 million children in Cambodia, including 876,700 most vulnerable.
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Health box saves newborn babies
For a contribution of 1,000 Riels per month, the 'health box' helps regional communities protect themselves from unexpected health-related expenses and save the lives of newborn children.
Clean water, healthy life
Sivann,11, is a student in grade 4. Due to a low standard of living, her parents used to practice migration for work. But the safe drinking water station supported by World Vision in the village has allowed her parents to work and stay home. “Since my father was selected by World Vision to be a station operator, I feel very happy,” said Sivann.
Chasing the same dream
A pair of hands are busy with styling hair and applying makeup for customers at a tiny local beauty store, located on a crowded narrow street in the outskirts of Phnom Penh. Sreynath, a 22-year-old youth, smiles with satisfaction. She had dreamt of becoming a hairdresser since she was very young. Sreynath’s family lives near a sewage canal southwest of the capital. She is the youngest daughter of four siblings.