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With his wife in prison and 10 children to care for, Cheav was losing hope. But now he’s grateful for the help he received.
Ten-year-old Sambath and his brother have experienced more trauma in their childhood than many do in a lifetime. But today, they have the tools to heal and thrive.
Eight-year-old Aragel was born in a prison, but that didn’t stop her from dreaming. Now she has the care and support to thrive.
Sreynith was abused and forced to drop out of school to care for her siblings. Now she has safety and a second chance at an education.
Kanha needed open-heart surgery, but her mother barely makes enough to feed her family. Her mother’s desperate plea was heard, and now Kanha is happy and healthy.
Udom’s father is in prison, and his mother can’t care for him. Left with his elderly grandmother, they barely have enough food to get by. They were grateful when food arrived.
Dany, 9, used to spend hours every day on the dangerous streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, helping her grandmother sift through garbage, looking for things to sell.