We are so grateful to share that we were able to bring our friends Mouen and Neang a new wheelchair and 50 kg of rice! One of the pillars of our ministry is providing essential medical care and importing donated medical supplies to help those like Mouen who are in need.
We started this year with the goal of drilling 160 fresh water wells, and by God’s grace, we have built 210! On average, we have drilled a new well every 1.7 days for the past 15 months, and we’re not slowing down!
Here at Rock Foundation Cambodia, we are humbled to reflect on the work God has done through our ministry in 2021. As we look ahead to the new year, we have three specific goals we’ll be working toward as we serve some of the most impoverished communities in the country.
The government of Cambodia recently honored us with a certificate of appreciation. Part of our program for importing medical supplies includes partnering with Cambodian leadership for distributing these essential, life-saving resources where they are most needed…
Thanks to our partnership with Gateway Medical Alliance, we’re looking forward to yet another successful import of a shipping container full of life-saving medical supplies. On average, each container has equipment valued at over $338,000.
Thanks to our partners at Gateway Medical, a Seattle-based charity, the value of medical supplies we have imported into Cambodia will soon surpass $5,000,000. This is great news amid the government of Cambodia’s restrictive reaction to exponentially growing Covid-19 cases…
One of our 2021 goals is to import six additional containers full of essential medical supplies. Good news: Our third container has shipped and will soon be arriving in Cambodia.
We’re excited to share that 2021 is already off to a great start with 6 water wells successfully finished!
We’ve successfully imported our 11th medical container shipment, valued at nearly $4M, to benefit impoverished Cambodians who would not otherwise have access to basic, life-sustaining medical care and resources.