Equally as important to the supplies that we give to the Villagers is the medical support. As the numbers of Villagers needing treatment is always increasing, we are now employing a local nurse, Sotheara, to assist Rudy. (pictured 28/03/10) Severe cases are transported to Hospital in Phnom Penh. We are always in need of medical supplies, … Continue Reading ››
As the wet season is approaching CHOICE will be supplying mosquito nets. We have just received a generous donation from Glenda & Rick from Australia to start us off, so together we have purchased 100 nets directly from the supplier at a very good price US$3.70 (these are the treated ones). On Sunday 28th Feb. … Continue Reading ››
Saturday 27th Feb. 2010 CHOICE joined the staff and volunteers at an Orphanage for a welcoming lunch for the boys new house. The girls came over from their home and enjoyed a great day, about 60 people in all attended. CHOICE donated a CD/Radio player for the boys house. Isaac is pictured wearing … Continue Reading ››
These pictures show some of the smaller children at an Orphanage receiving school shirts donated by CHOICE. Many of the children at the Orphanage need replacement school uniforms. A shirt costs US$2.50, a skirt US$3.00 and shorts US$2.50, shoes $4.00. Please send us a donation as some of the kids have only one of each … Continue Reading ››
For some time now a dedicated young couple from Melbourne Australia, Cath & Josh have been fundraising to raise money to provide water filters for the very poor Village families that are supported by CHOICE. There are approximately 150 of these families and this couple have raised enough money to supply around 55 filters at … Continue Reading ››
Pictures taken at the Village on the 17th Jan. 2010 when CHOICE volunteers gave out baby clothes and toys. Thanks to two families from Australia, the Lowe family from the Sunshine Coast and the Nicholas family from Geelong who donated the clothes.
On the 15th Dec 2009 CHOICE was told about a homeless, deaf, pregnant girl and maybe HIV+ in Phnom Penh. We located the girl about a week before Xmas, and with her permission we had a blood test done which confirmed she was HIV+. She could neither read nor write, it was difficult for us to … Continue Reading ››
On Sunday 8th November 09, on behalf of CHOICE, our Public Relations Officer Angela Tan is shown donating 20 ducks to two extremely poor Village families. In one of the families a son was recently born blind and in the other family the wife died suddenly at the age of 43.
Choice Cambodia At the Village on Sunday 22nd November 09 our Paramedic, Rudy attended a very sick 8 month hold baby. With help from Angela and Rudy the baby was taken to Kuntha Bopha Hospital for treatment. look at the baby after 1 week, fully recovered from a severe case of Chicken Pox, well done … Continue Reading ››