Mobile Dental Clinic
Who would imagine that a dentist's drill could be an instrument of redemption? The people of highland Khmer and rural Cambodia are poor—the cost of dental care is beyond their means. In addition, community health centers do not have nurses specializing in dentistry on staff and there is little dental equipment available. All of those factors make the FAIR-funded mobile dental clinic operated by Oeut and Nhep Pech a golden opportunity for meeting real needs and building bridges into communities without Christ.
Distribution of toothpaste and brushes to help as preventive measures also serve to demonstrate the practical side of Christ's love for the needy in this country. Your contribution to the Mobile Dental Clinic project aids in the expansion of the Gospel in regions where the message is not widely known. (#3225)
Project overseers: Ouet and Nhep Pech
Caring for Women
Women in Cambodia face extreme inequality, and nighttime workers face even more discrimination. Many young women end up in these situations because of lack of other options.
Your support for Caring for Women will help launch and resource a training program to raise awareness and change the negative and widespread perception of female entertainment workers in Phnom Penh. Targeted towards local churches, dormitories, and city colleges, the goal is to inform trainees of the situations in which these young women find themselves, and to equip them to be able to share the love of Christ and advocate on their behalf. (#3251)
Project overseer: Allison Montgomery