HOW WE’RE HELPING
Local Cambodian news sources report that more than half of households in Cambodia have needed to cut back on the size and quality of meals at some point during this pandemic.
- Accelerating our installation of clean water wells. We’ve increased our total wells by about 50% since the pandemic began.
- Growing produce and giving away record amounts of rice. We have given away several tons of food — rice, noodles, fish, and more — since March 2020.
- Importing donated containers of life-saving medical supplies, each valued $300,000-$400,000.
How YOU CAN MAKE AN IMPACT
Clean water, food, and access to medical care: Covid-19 has turned these everyday needs into desperate necessities. We’re answering that call, and you can join us.
Designate a gift to our “Covid-19 Response” fund, become a Corporate Partner, or reach out on our Contact Page to join as a church partner.
Pray with us for the people and ministries affected by Covid. Share prayer requests with us on our Get Involved page.
Easily create a Facebook Fundraiser to share on your page. Simply choose “Raise Money for a Nonprofit,” then select “Living Water – Adopt A Child” and follow the prompts.
read more about our covid-19 response
Responding to the rise of Covid-19 cases in Cambodia this year and subsequent governmental restrictions, we are working tirelessly this year to help alleviate a dire growing issue: hunger.
We’ve had another successful community outreach in partnership with our friends at Mercy Village Church, a Khmer ministry. We recently gave away 4,400 pounds of rice to 100 local Cambodian families.
We are ecstatic to announce that the government of Cambodia has eased some of the restrictions put into place in reaction to the alarming Covid-19 numbers, and drilling of clean water wells has resumed…
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…