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Help set a young life up for a brighter future.
CHANG SATH

Name: Sa*
Age: 6 years old

Struggling to make a living as general workers, Sa’s parents had to leave him behind with his grandmother so that they could go to Phnom Penh to work. However, the income they earn is unstable as work is not regular. On days they do have work, they make an average combined income of US$14.00 per day only; and on days with no work, they make zero income.

Sa currently stays with his unemployed grandmother, who also helps to look after 4 of her other grandchildren. Due to the difficult financial situation they face, Sa’s parents are unable to send any money back to Sa’s grandmother. In order to ensure that Sa can grow up healthily and have a better future, his parents decided to reach out to OHF for help.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Orng Dapong

Name: Pong*
Age: 7 years old

When Pong’s father was alive, he worked as a construction worker and was the sole breadwinner of a family of 8. Unfortunately, her father passed away two months ago, and since then life has been difficult. Pong and her 4 other siblings live with their grandmother, who also helps to look after her mentally disabled mother. Her mother’s mental disability caused her to reject her children and rendered her unable to work. Pong’s grandmother had no choice but to retire early from her job as a village assistant to look after the family.

Having no form of income, Pong’s grandmother can only seek help from neighbours and relatives. Neighbours share rice and clothing with them and some relatives help to contribute money for milk to feed Pong’s 9 month old sibling.

Pong and two of her siblings, who will be recruited together, have expressed that they really want to go to school and that they would like to stay at Hope Village where they are able to study.

HELP GIVE HER A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Vichet

Name: Vic*
Age: 7 years old

After the divorce of his parents, Vic has had a difficult childhood. He’s never met his father since he was 8 months old; he watched his mother struggle to find a job; and he’s never been to school. His mother asked for help from his uncle to look after him, but his uncle was not pleased with the arrangement and had Vic sent back to his mother.

Vic’s mother found work as a dishwasher in Prey Veng, but only earns about US$5.00 per day. This makes it impossible for her to pay for her room rental of US$45.00 per month. Struggling to survive every day, Vic’s mother decided to sought help from OHF to place Vic in HVPV in hopes that her son can have a better future here.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE
$60 (Co- sponsorship)

Virak Mondoul

Name: Mon*
Age: 8 years old

Mon and his younger brother were both abandoned by their parents. Mon was only 5 years old then, and has never seen his parents since. Mon’s elderly grandmother tried taking care of the boys herself, but being jobless, homeless, elderly and frail at 79 years old, it proved to be a very difficult situation.

Being homeless, they have to stay at a neighbour’s place and frequently went hungry. The boys had to learn how to survive on their own, and have never been to school. In desperation, Mon’s grandmother decided to sought OHF’s help to take in both Mon and his younger brother to HVPV so that they can have 3 meals a day and the opportunity to attend school. With hope in her heart that the boys can break out of poverty in future.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Veasna

Name: Vea*
Age: 8 years old

In order to earn an income for the family, Vea’s parents had to leave to work in a mango farm at Kampong Spue, leaving Vea and his elder brother Sam behind with their handicapped grandfather and cousin. Vea’s parents do not own a house nor any land; and due to work are both unable to visit. Due to his handicap, having had one of his leg amputated during the war, Vea’s grandfather is unable to work. Finding it a challenge to take care of Vea and his elder brother Sam, his grandfather decided to reach out to OHF for help to put the boys in HVPV so that they can grow up in a safe and nurturing environment.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Orng Chanbott

Name: Chan*
Age: 9 years old

When Chan’s father was alive, he worked as a construction worker and was the sole breadwinner of a family of 8. Unfortunately, his father passed away two months ago, and since then life has been difficult. Chan and his 4 other siblings live with their grandmother, who also helps to look after his mentally disabled mother. His mother’s mental disability caused her to reject her children and rendered her unable to work. Chan’s grandmother had no choice but to retire early from her job as a village assistant to look after the family.

Having no form of income, Chan’s grandmother can only seek help from neighbours and relatives. Neighbours share rice and clothing with them and some relatives help to contribute money for milk to feed Chan’s 9 month old sibling.

Chan and two of his siblings, who will be recruited together, have expressed that they really want to go to school and that they would like to stay at Hope Village where they are able to study.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Yoam Neang

Name: Nean*
Age: 9 years old

Nean, his two sisters and his mother were all abandoned by their father when he decided to leave them and remarry. Having no skills, Nean’s mother could only work as a dishwasher at a casino to support the family. Finding it difficult to make ends meet, Nean’s mother decided to work at HVPV as a house parent.

As she does not own a house, Nean’s mother sought approval from OHF to bring Nean and his two sisters with her to HVPV in hopes that they will have a better future in HVPV.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Sam Nang Boy

Name: Sam*
Age: 10 years old

In order to earn an income for the family, Sam’s parents had to leave to work in a mango farm at Kampong Spue, leaving Sam and his younger brother Vea behind with their handicapped grandfather and cousin. Sam’s parents do not own a house nor any land; and due to work are both unable to visit. Due to his handicap, having had one of his leg amputated during the war, Sam’s grandfather is unable to work. Finding it a challenge to take care of Sam and his younger brother Vea, his grandfather decided to reach out to OHF for help to put the boys in HVPV so that they can grow up in a safe and nurturing environment.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Orng Panhapann

Name: Pan*
Age: 11 years old

When Pan’s father was alive, he worked as a construction worker and was the sole breadwinner of a family of 8. Unfortunately, her father passed away two months ago, and since then life has been difficult. Pan and her 4 other siblings live with their grandmother, who also helps to look after her mentally disabled mother. Her mother’s mental disability caused her to reject her children and rendered her unable to work. Pan’s grandmother had no choice but to retire early from her job as a village assistant to look after the family.

Having no form of income, Pan’s grandmother can only seek help from neighbours and relatives. Neighbours share rice and clothing with them and some relatives help to contribute money for milk to feed Pan’s 9 month old sibling.

Pan and two of her siblings, who will be recruited together, have expressed that they really want to go to school and that they would like to stay at Hope Village where they are able to study.

HELP GIVE HER A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Toun Plsith

Name: Pl*
Age: 11 years old

Pl’s mother passed away 3 months ago, and his father left for Phnom Penh to find a job as a construction worker. However, since his father left there has been no contact from him. In addition, Pl’s father has also not sent any money back home to help with the expenses. Pl and his 3 siblings all stay with his elderly grandfather, who is jobless.

Due to Pl’s father not sending home any money, it has been difficult for Pl’s grandfather to provide food and send the children to school. Pl’s grandfather then decided to reach out to OHF for help to put Pl and his 3 siblings in HVPV so that they can have 3 meals a day and go to school.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Srey Lap

Name: Lai*
Age: 11 years old

Lai’s parents make a small income working as farmers, but this income is insufficient as they have to take care of Lai, her 2 siblings and her 2 cousins. In addition to the financial troubles, Lai’s father is also an alcoholic. Faced with this difficult situation, Lai’s mother decided to sought help from OHF to take in her children so that they will have a better life and receive an opportunity to attend school. Lai’s mother hopes that her children can gain knowledge from going to school and then be able to break out of poverty in the future.

HELP GIVE HER A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

V.S.H

Name: Sen*
Age: 12 years old

After his younger sister was born, Sen’s father abandoned the family. Sen’s mother works two jobs to earn an income. She works as a Sunday school teacher and loaned a cow to sell milk or cow dung. Her income from these two jobs are not regular and thus makes it difficult for her to make ends meet.

Sen’s daily food comes from a small vegetable patch, and he and his family are unable to get help from their relatives as they all have their own families to take care of. In hopes for her children to have a better life, Sean’s mother decided to send both Sen and his sibling to HVPV.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Meang Mean Pith

Name: Meng*
Age: 12 years old

Meng has been living with his grandmother since he was a baby. His mother abandoned him and his father when he was younger, and subsequently his father left him with his grandmother to go to Phnom Penh to find a job. Eventually, his father remarried and never contacted him again.

Meng’s grandmother is unable to work due to a heart disease and her health is deteriorating every day. Being unable to provide Meng with basic necessities and education, she reached out to OHF for help. She hopes that by placing Meng in HVPV, he can have 3 meals a day as well as be able to go to school.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

La Thean

Name: Thi*
Age: 12 years old

Thi’s parents went to Phnom Penh to earn a living as factory workers, leaving Thi behind with his grandmother. His grandmother does not have a job and has to take care of 7 of her other grandchildren as well. The financial situation they face is dire, as they are all surviving on just US$25.00 which was given to them by one family member.

However, the money was given to Thi’s grandmother with the intention for her to purchase milk powder for a baby in her care. Without any other means of income to buy food, Thi and the other grandchildren could only eat duck eggs and fermented fish paste. Understanding the dire financial situation, Thi’s parents decided to sought help from OHF, to provide Thi with what they cannot.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

Srey Leap

Name: Lea*
Age: 13 years old

Lea’s parents make a small income working as farmers, but this income is insufficient as they have to take care of Lea, her 2 siblings and her 2 cousins. In addition to the financial troubles, Lea’s father is also an alcoholic. Faced with this difficult situation, Lea’s mother decided to sought help from OHF to take in her children so that they will have a better life and receive an opportunity to attend school. Lea’s mother hopes that her children can gain knowledge from going to school and then be able to break out of poverty in the future.

HELP GIVE HER A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

S.N.2

Name: Nak*
Age: 14 years old

Nak’s parents are both HIV-positive. His father passed away when he was only a baby due to the disease, and his mother had no choice but to move away to Phnom Penh to find a job so that she can support the family. His parents do not own any rice fields, land or a house, and thus Nak and his 3 siblings had to stay at a relative’s place.

Their situation was picked up by our staff during one of our village surveys, and we reached out to them, bringing the siblings back with us to HVPV. After staying at HVPV, Nak has developed well, and we have found him to be a quiet and well-behaved boy with a bright future ahead of him.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$60 (Co-sponsorship)

Niroth

Name: Niro*
Age: 18 years old

Niro’s parents are both HIV-positive. His father passed away due to the disease, and his mother had no choice but to move away to Phnom Penh to find a job so that she can support the family. His parents do not own any rice fields, land or a house, and thus Niro and his 3 siblings had to stay at a relative’s place.

Their situation was picked up by our staff during one of our village surveys, and we reached out to them, bringing the siblings back with us to HVPV. Niro initially had some problems adjusting to life at HVPV, and was suspended for a while. After reflecting on his mistakes, he was re-accepted back into HVPV and has been developing well with the help of our staff and teachers.

Niro has stepped up as an elder brother and wishes to further his studies in order to find a good job to support his family.

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE:
$120 (Full sponsorship)

S.S

Name: Sim*
Age: 21 years old

Sim’s parents are both HIV-positive. Her father passed away when she was 7 years old due to the disease, and her mother had no choice but to move away to Phnom Penh to find a job so that she can support the family. Her parents do not own any rice fields, land or a house, and thus Sim and her 3 siblings had to stay at a relative’s place.

Their situation was picked up by our staff during one of our village surveys, and we reached out to them, bringing the siblings back with us to HVPV. As an elder sister to her 3 siblings, Sim is an extremely bright, helpful and hardworking young lady. She does well in school, constantly achieving the top 5 positions in her school exams.

HELP GIVE HER A FUTURE:
$60 (Co-sponsorship)

*The child’s name reflected on the website have been changed to nicknames to protect the child’s identity. We will release the full name of the child to the sponsors once the sponsorship has been confirmed. 

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How to sponsor a child:
1. In the options above, chose either monthly sponsorship or annual sponsorship
2. Click on the drop-down box of your chosen sponsorship plan, and select under [Cambodia] your choice of sponsorship
              – For example:
                 Under Monthly child sponsorship, select either [Cambodia] S$60 co-sponsorship or [Cambodia] S$120 full sponsorship
3. Write in to admin@ohf.org.sg to inform us about your child sponsorship decision

Thank you for giving these children a brighter future! 

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Hope Village Cambodia

HVPV compound 

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An aerial view of HVPV 

Singapore and Cambodia Flag flying high in HVPV compound

The Singapore and Cambodia flag flying high at HVPV compound

Hope Village Multipurpose hall

Multi-purpose hall

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Main entrance

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HVPV computer room

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Recreation area

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Sports area

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Dining area

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Baking area

Vegetable farm

HVPV vegetables’ farm

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Dormitory

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Children using computers

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Children engaged in volley ball

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Children exercising together

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Children playing board games together 

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Children mending a food stall 

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One of the HVPV children playing violin

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HVPV children doing marketing at a nearby market

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HVPV children doing area cleaning

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HVPV children washing vegetables together with house parents

HVPV children engaged in arts and craft

Children engaged in arts and craft

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Children playing a game of Monopoly at the multi-purpose hall

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A HVPV child holding his handicraft

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Playing skipping rope

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HVPV boys playing soccer

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HVPV children doing arts and craft

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HVPV children celebrating birthday

HVPV children learning English

HVPV children learning English

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Children playing Dominoes

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HVPV children enjoying games planned by Covenant Presbyterian Church

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Queensway Baptist Church engaging the HVPV children with games 

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Hilton playing Captain’s Ball with HVPV children

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Zion Full Gospel Church organised a running race for HVPV children

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Hilton engaging HVPV children with arts and craft

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NUS chESS club conducting science experiment for HVPV children

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Houseparent playing Reversi with the children

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Houseparent conducting hygiene class with the children

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Robert Kee, founder of OHF performing a magic trick to the children

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Houseparent spending time with the children

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Houseparent mending a food stall booth with the HVPV children

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HVPV children celebrating Father’s Day with the houseparents

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