Cambodia school feeding
Reasons to hope this Easter April 12, 2017
Learning skills, cementing passions: A SALT story December 6, 2016
5 great reasons to give November 17, 2016
On assignment: Supporting partners September 30, 2016
RISC photo
Fighting for survival in a foreign homeland April 27, 2016
Sent home... to a new country March 28, 2016
‘Let Us Create’ educated workers March 23, 2016
Healing wounds through art: A YAMEN experience January 22, 2016
Two women talk over and sewing machine surrounded by motorcycle supplies.
Stitching possibilities December 28, 2015
Farmer Friday Cambodia: A field of protein May 15, 2015
Sao Sarat and Ith Tharoth in their roadside store.
Savings groups boost businesses in Cambodia July 1, 2014
Kirstin and Daron Showalter
Artisans in action in Cambodia January 16, 2013
Chea Muoy Kry, executive director of Women Peacemakers in Cambodia, believes that training young people, including those gathered around her, is the best way to change attitudes toward gender issues, domestic violence, sexual violence and other relevant topics.
Cambodia: MCC addresses domestic abuse December 4, 2012
Say Sophal purchased this new sewing machine with help from her older sister to start a tailoring business as a way to support and care for her disabled grandparents. Sophal completed a vocational sewing and tailoring program at Mesang High School in Cambodia. MCC’s Global Family education sponsorship program assists the endeavor.
Stitching healthier communities in Cambodia June 13, 2011

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