In the heart of Cambodia lies a community largely unseen, their stories untold. Dr. Mai-Khanh Tran, a compassionate advocate for change, sheds light on the plight of ethnic Vietnamese living
In Cambodia, a silent struggle persists as ethnic Vietnamese, generations deep, face statelessness and deprivation. IHM is on a mission to bring essential healthcare to these marginalized communities near Tonle Sap Lake. Join us in making a difference and writing stories of hope in Cambodia. Thank you for your support.
In the depths of a world often overshadowed by darkness and despair, where hope flickers like a dying ember, there exists a beacon of light—a radiant soul who personifies kindness,
We hope this message finds you in the best of spirits, as we share with you the incredible joy and triumph that filled the air last Friday, June 23, 2023.
In the heartwarming town of Kampong Chhnang, nestled in Cambodia, lived a remarkable little girl named Tao (pseudonym). She possessed an insatiable curiosity, a radiant spirit, and an indomitable drive,
The Cambodia Khmer New Year begins on April 14 this year and soon the air will be filled with the smell of fireworks, streets thronged with crowds adorned in their
Chong Kneas floating village, only 15 kilometers south of Siem Reap, is one of hundreds that line Tonle Sap Lake. Tens of thousands of families live in these clustered homes,
By Prak Chan ThulPHNOM PENH (Reuters) – Cambodia’s capital of Phnom Penh on Saturday began overseeing the dismantling of “floating home” communities on the banks of the Tonle Sap River
The next time you see a single penny on the ground, whether you make the effort to pick it up or not, I invite you to think of the two
Kampong Chhnang deputy provincial governor Sun Sovannarith reaffirmed that the 40ha the provincial authorities allocated to Vietnamese boat people is Cambodian national Ros Chamroeun’s private land. He said there was