Tag: Bridge of Hope

Cambodia – Bridge of Hope Rescues a Family

A Family in Need Piseth and his wife lived in Phnom Penh – the capital city of Cambodia – along with their three boys, all under the age of eleven. Though they lived in an urban centre, it is quite…

Working with Families – Cambodia

Listening – Key to Understanding How easy it is to ignore or dismiss those who are suffering around us. Taking time to hear and understand people’s stories extends to them dignity, and a recognition of their value as an image-bearer…

Bridge of Hope – Satisfying Review

Nourishing Food Two meals are provided per school day for each of the children present with us; in some of the more distressing family situations, these meals are the only ones the children receive. The social workers are working closely…

The Moving Story of Kosal and Chandra

Kosal – an abandoned Cambodian wife Kosal is a woman in her late thirties who makes a living selling fried bananas on the streets of Siem Reap from a mobile cart. She’s spent most of her adult life moving from…

Multi-faceted Bridge of Hope Work

Many Projects in One How much can a small team accomplish.  This bulleted list will give you a great overview of what is happening in Siem Reap. Classes for the children run each weekday from 8:00am-11:00am and from 2:00pm-5:00pm. Meals…

Cambodia – Partnership Blessings

  The Blessing of Partnering In Cambodia, Bridge of Hope (BOH) staff and children have been blessed by HADA’s partnership and visits from board members since it was established in 2004. Although funds are running low, last December BOH was…

What if there was no “Bridge of Hope?”

  Managing a Household – at 11 years of age Meah has finally finished washing the laundry and cleaning the house, while watching over three little ones under the age of 8! The three kids hang around the house when…

A Family Changed in Cambodia

  A tough life for kids in Siem Reap Onin and Onut, children of an alcoholic and violent father, spent their days walking around the streets playing and looking for valuables in the rubbish. Their mother worked in a Karoke…

“Bridge” of Hope Open

  People on the Bridge One family was able to buy land in order to build a house, so they can stop spending money on monthly rent.  Reports have come from our social workers that there has been a decrease…