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These two families in Cambodia now have access to clean water on their own land. Thanks to the generosity of the Trethowan family.

Thanks to D & P Young Charitable Trust we are able to continue our investment into improving the health and safety of these tiny Cambodian babies born at Peak Sneng Health Centre. The incentive of a parcel of necessities for the newest member of these young families drives the young mums to attend the Health Centre to give birth to their babies and come back for any antenatal care.

This young mans name is Joy Vicket, he’s 11 years old and he is a student at Sandan Primary School in Siem Reap. Joy Vicket and his 3 siblings live with their grandmother, Seng Han.

Ap Theoung is a widow who is bringing up 5 children on her own. As you can see, the beaten shack that the family were living in was just way too run down to keep the weather out and with the rainy season about to start in Cambodia, its great timing. ❤️. So at least this family are able to keep safe and dry. Rice for Cambodia and the Shinta Mani Foundation have been working together for 2 and half years to help this family get back on their feet.

Our group of 17 families were very happy to see their monthly food packages arrive last week. Some of the families were out of rice. Siem Reap is in lockdown after cases of COVID-19 began to rise. Very difficult time for the Cambodian people with no work and no money to buy food.