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A Gift of Chickens Delivers Hope to a Cambodian Family

A gift of chickens brought hope to Sarum, who lives in the Ou Takok community of Cambodia. Poultry seemed an unlikely answer for the struggling grandmother, who believed she was… Read More

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Through Child Sponsorship, this Craftsman Helps A Community

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A Fresh Perspective on World Water Day

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