Stories about: Cambodia

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  • For theirs is the kingdom of heaven

    When Pastor Kimsan received training about children’s rights through a Tearfund partner programme, this new information and way of thinking fit right in with Kimsan’s understanding of how valued each young person is. ‘I learnt that every child has the right to survive,’ says Kimsan, ‘the right to protection, the right to development and the right to participation.’

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  • Top banana

    The solution to a person's poverty can come in all shapes and sizes. For Chaya, it came in the form of fried bananas... Chaya is a singer in her…

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  • A love that lasts

    On her four-week placement with Tearfund Go in Cambodia, Kate Millar saw the power of loving people for the long run. ‘You can count the seeds inside…

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  • Salt, light and a good result

    Scripture calls us to be salt and light – to be willing to share our experiences, ideas and knowledge to help improve the world around us.

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  • Is soap the new chocolate?

    Inês Botelho is about to go on a journey from her home country of Portugal all the way to Cambodia. Travelling with Tearfund Go, she will be spending…

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  • The power of cricket(s)

    After a miraculous healing led her to faith, Chouma faced violent discrimination from her neighbours. But with a little help from some insects, she…

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  • Those who have ears, let them hear

    ‘Is there anyone or any gods who can give me a better life?’ This was the cry of Nang’s heart and the question on her lips. Living in the aftermath…

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  • Fifty years fifty countries: Cambodia

    Three million people in Cambodia live on less than £1.45 a day. The lack of education, skills and opportunity in rural communities in northwest Cambodia, where Kosal lives, forces many of them to seek work in Thailand.

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  • Mushrooms, monks and the miracle tree

    A barber and mushroom farmer from Cambodia loses hope when he’s let down by a spiritual healer, but is saved when he gets introduced to an extraordinary tree. Sounds like fiction, but it's reality for Devi and his wife Sikha.

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