“I am happy since we now – especially my two grandchildren – have enough nutritious food to eat. We always use vegetables from our home gardening, and eggs and meat from our chickens for daily food consumption.
Author: Erin Foley
What happens when a three-day trip to Cambodia from Australia turns into a long-term journey? Being locally run and staffed is one of the core values of Children in Families
Children In Families (CIF) is celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities today! The theme for 2018 is “Empowering persons with disabilities and ensuring inclusiveness and equality.” Children In Families’ ABLE Project is right in step with this objective. It’s even in our name. ABLE stands for “Accepted, Belonging, Loved, Empowered.”
Keeping a Girl in School and Family It was a steamy midday in the midst of Cambodian rice paddies. Menghong was sitting across from Bopha*, a widowed mother of eight,
Two Children in Families’ staff share their “messy” start to a deep and beautiful friendship. A motorbike, carrying a petite Khmer driver and her American passenger, was being carefully navigated
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