Karona Kang from Cambodia began working with World Vision as a volunteer. Later, in 2009, she became a housemother at a World Vision Trauma Recovery project for girls who have survived trafficking and abuse.
Today, she tells her story.
“Mum! Mum!” This is how girls have called me. It means that I have more responsibility to take care of them. It is not easy to be a mother, since I am a woman who has no biological child. I have to listen to them carefully and help them to solve issues.
Thanks to God who teaches me to love others, especially children. I have learned about their issues and my heart is broken when I listen to their stories. I am in their situation when they are happy, angry, and joyful.