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Home #2 – We Always Find a Way

Written by on August 22, 2015 in Home, a Cambodian story (series) with 0 Comments


Twenty percent of Cambodians are at a level of economic poverty defined by food insecurity (they have trouble getting enough food to eat), and a significant percentage is barely above that level. There is no welfare of government support to help them, only what help they may receive from family, other members of the community, or outside organizations. Though this 20 percent of the population is undeniably poor economically, consider their resilience and ingenuity in the face of such challenges. We just a little support, many families like Po’s can make it.


Andy Gray

About the Author

About the Author: Andy Gray hosts and writes for Uniting for Children. He lives in Cambodia with his family where he works with Alongsiders International. He wrote Home, a Cambodian story and created the video “Why Not a Family?.