for out-of-school children
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Cambodia is implementing Sustainable Best Community Household Opportunities through Improved Community Empowered Solutions (Best CHOICES) project in 50 rural villages of the Bakan district, Pursat province with funding from Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Australia and ADRA Australia. The project works with government offices to provide counsel on safe migration to migrant families, seeks to improve HH and Community Health seeking behaviours for parents and caregivers in nutrition awareness and rehabilitation, Non-Communicable Disease lifestyle health action training for at risk caregivers, Hygiene and WASH inputs, and to increase livelihood income skills, opportunities, and stability for poor and vulnerable households in Bakan district.
After she joined in the project, she has changed. She has joined the discussion group meetings more regularly and became active with other participants in the group. Before, she ate less green vegetables. When she has changed to eat vegetables more frequently, she understands the benefits for her family. Her child ate a lot every day and her skin became brighter and nice. She understands more about general health, drink water from water filter, three food groups. Now for cooking, she uses meat, fish, and lots of green vegetables.
Frank Spangler from ADRA Canada has a zoom call with some of the staff of ADRA Cambodia to discuss the work of ADRA in the Kingdom of Cambodia. Learn about the many ways that ADRA Canada has supported this country from the recovery of the civil war in the 1990s through the response to the COVID pandemic.