Tag: cambodia

Medical Team Recap

Our time in Cambodia was amazing!  Because there exists a tremendous lack of medical resources in Cambodia, we admittedly were often overwhelmed by the physical needs of the Cambodian people, particularly in the remote regions we visited. Each physician assessed and treated approximately 60 patients each day through an interpreter. Over the course of the week, the physicians were able to […]

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First Day of Ministry

Tuesday, our first day of ministry, the medical team traveled to a remote area near the Thailand border that was used by the army as a medical camp, and area that has never been visited by any government agency, NGO or church. This is what I saw: Hundreds of villagers eager to receive medical attention. […]

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Cambodia Team Report & Celebration

It’s been a week since our team arrived back from Cambodia. We are all back into the swing of life, school, work. Although I’ll be the first to admit that I still yearn for a nap around 1:00 each afternoon. And I’ll admit that I spend a lot of time scrolling through the pictures, my […]

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Marriage Training in Poipet

Today is our third day of teaching on marriage in the city of Poipet.  Our teaching team consists of myself, Craig and Anita Baldwin and our translator Monorom, a full-time employee with CHO. We started on Monday with forty students. By the end of the day on Tuesday our class had grown to seventy as […]

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Cambodia Team has Arrived

If you are reading this blog post, the Cambodia team has safely touched down in Phnom Phen. Those who have been before are basking in the familiarity of a country that keeps calling them back. Those of us that are here for the first time are experiencing the initial whirlwind of new sights, sounds, and […]

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