Cambodia safe home for children

Our church, in partnership with our In Better Hands Ministry, is helping to open a new safe home for children in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. We provided the funds needed to rent this safe home and several individuals have been led to provide the monthly support for children who have been rescued and placed there.  This support provides for their food, clothing, and education and other essential items they need for daily living.  The home has a Christian couple who serve as house parents, ensuring the well-being of each child and raising them in the Christian faith.


The photos below are the actual children who are living in this new home, along with photos

of the house parents and their own children who are also supported through individual monthly support.

  • Ra Gitar

    Ra Gitar lived with her grandparents. Her father left the family with a girlfriend when she was very young, shortly after this her mother abandoned her children for work far away. The grandparents can’t afford to take care of her anymore.  Her siblings are: Ra Ry and Ra Panhnna.

  • Ra ry

    Ra Ry lived with his grandparents. His father left the family with a girlfriend when he was very young.  Shortly after this his mother abandoned her children for work far away. His grandparents can’t afford to take care of him anymore. His siblings are: Ra Gitar and Ra Panhnna.

  • Ra panhnna

    Ra Panhnna lived with his grandparents. His father left the family with a girlfriend when he was very young.  Shortly after this his mother abandoned her children for work far away. His grandparents can’t afford to take care of him anymore.  His siblings are: Ra Gitar and Ra Ry.

  • Bros sreythie

    Bros Sreythie was living with her grandparents however they could not take care of her anymore. She was forced to stop her education and every meal was a struggle.

  • nheat pah

    Nheat Pah never knew either of his parents or his siblings. His mother left him with his grandparents right after birth. His grandparents can’t afford to educate or feed him anymore.

  • mohk kimhong

    Mohk Kimhong never knew either of his parents, his mother left him with a distant relative after giving birth to him. This relative cannot afford to care for him anymore.

  • vuth giwon

    Vuth Giwon is one of four boys. The boys have never known their father. The four boys and their mother have been homeless for many years, sleeping in the elements and many times going without food. The mother and her children would search all day long for rubbish to recycle for a little bit of money. A while ago, while one of the boys was searching for recyclables, he went missing, never to return. His siblings are Vuth Givy and Vuth Somnang.

  • vuth givy

    Vuth Givy is one of four boys. The boys have never known their father. The four boys and their mother have been homeless for many years, sleeping in the elements and many times going without food. The mother and her children would search all day long for rubbish to recycle for a little bit of money. A while ago, while one of the boys was searching for recyclables, he went missing, never to return. His siblings are Vuth Giwon and Vuth Somnang.

  • vuth somnang

    Vuth Somnang is one of four boys. The boys have never known their father. The four boys and their mother have been homeless for many years, sleeping in the elements and many times going without food. The mother and her children would search all day long for rubbish to recycle for a little bit of money. A while ago, while one of the boys was searching for recyclables, he went missing, never to return. Vuth Giwon and Vuth Givy are siblings.

  • srey pin

    Srey Pin is a biological daughter of the house parents. She has two siblings: Chom Rearn and Sok Oudom.

  • chom rearn

    Chom Rearn is a biological son of the house parents.  He has two siblings: Srey Pin and Son Oudom.

  • sok oudom

    Sok Oudom is a biological son of the house parents.  He has two siblings: Srey Pin and Chom Rearn.

  • House father


  • house mother