World Relief's programs in Cambodia began in 1990.
More than 13,000 children attend Hope for Cambodia’s Children, a bi-weekly neighborhood children’s program that works to improve both the physical and spiritual health of Cambodian youth.
In 2015, 483 volunteers received training on topics related to community health, including human trafficking prevention, disease prevention, and the importance of healthy families. Their efforts impacted 4,616 people in the community.
To help families deal with the daily reality of poverty, World Relief gathers and trains communities to form savings groups, benefitting more than 39,000 families.