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New Homes and New Sewing Room

Exciting progress has been made recently with two of the construction projects at Happy Village: The completion of the ‘Happy Village Products’ sewing room, and the next stage of building homes for the Kian Klieng relocation project.

With the help of Mission Direct the new sewing room has now been completed. Here are some photos to show you the improved facilities they have helped to create. As you can see, this is a wonderful space for the women to continue their good work supporting their families. We are so grateful for Mission Direct’s ongoing support over the years. They have made a huge contribution to many of Serve Cambodia’s facilities and they are always a pleasure to work with.

If you have visited our new Facebook page recently (http://www.facebook.com/ServeCambodiaFellowshipOfHope), you will have also seen many photos of the work that has now begun on the new homes in Happy Village. 8 new homes will take shape over the next few weeks so that families from Kian Klieng slum can be moved from their poor and unsafe conditions into a cleaner and healthier environment. As you can see, there is a lot of hard work going on and these eight homes are going up very quickly! Song and his team of builders are doing an excellent job as always. And Song expressed again this week that he and his team feel grateful for being able to support their families financially by being employed to work on this project.

Once this first block of 8 homes are complete, then the final 16 new homes will be built next at Prey Sor (near Harvest of Hope). The foundations have been prepared at Prey Sor already, and we are praying that God will provide the remaining funding that is required (averaged out at AUD$4,500 per home) over the next few months.

We hope that you will continue to pray for us and support us as this work continues. Some supporters in particular have been working very hard to make this project possible and their contribution is very appreciated. The fundraising committees in Devonport, Tasmania and Wagga, New South Wales have led the way with fundraising from the beginning of this relocation project - thank you all so much!

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