Tag Archives: Cambodia bloggers

From despair at night to hope in the morning

From despair at night to hope in the morning | World Vision Blog

Children play together at a World Vision Youth Club in Cambodia. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

Human traffickers prey upon the vulnerable.

In Cambodia, where trafficking is common, see how education, food security, and improved economic opportunities are helping children and families know their rights and avoid being taken advantage of.

Making poverty a choice

Making poverty a choice | World Vision Blog

Sokhen's and Kheng's children play together outside their homes. (Photo: 2015 Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

Two mothers we met this week on our Cambodia bloggers trip illustrated the truth that poverty doesn't come from a series of choices, but rather a lack of choices.

Meet these two brave mothers who find themselves in difficult times … and make your own choice.

Imagining a father who stays

Imagining a father who stays | World Vision Blog

Four-year-old Reatrey's father left home a month ago to work in Thailand. (Photo: 2015 Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

This morning in Cambodia, we met four-year-old Reatrey!

Last month, her father left for Thailand to work and send money home, but this plan is risky and could put her family in a difficult situation.

Let's imagine a better story for her future … let's make it happen.

Slices of life in Cambodia

Slices of life in Cambodia | World Vision Blog

This week, World Vision bloggers Nate Pyle and Stephanie May Wilson join us in Cambodia! We'll be visiting two of our communities to witness the transformation that child sponsorship brings into the lives of children and their families, and sharing our experience with you.

Today, our photographer Laura Reinhardt shares a few favorite photos of some of the children we're meeting. Join us on our journey!