In January, I had the chance to go to Cambodia to visit and interact with the World Relief programs there.
The one thing that surprised me the most was the scale and scope of the children’s programs. Over 38,000 kids gather weekly around the country in one of World Relief’s children’s meetings, which are staffed and run primarily by volunteers.
Kids learn about God, health, relationship and also about how to stay safe from traffickers. Cambodia has a large sex trade and tourism industry that preys on vulnerable children.
The little girl in the video below is an orphan we met in a remote village of Cambodia. To me, she became the face of innocence as well as the picture of World Relief’s success in keeping kids safe.
This video was put together by my good friend Beth Fischer using a track of Grace Laxson and was just now released online by World Relief.