Medical care and music lessons

There have been some new activities happening lately that have been a great blessing to the communities around HOH and TLC education centres.

One exciting new development is the introduction of guitar lessons for the older students at TLC. Some beautiful guitars were kindly donated by a church that partners with Fellowship of Hope. Many children in Cambodia enjoy music but because most come from a very poor background, they don’t often have the chance to access instruments. The children were excited and eager to be able to start their new music classes!

At HOH, one little girl was suffering with a broken arm, so some visiting nurses from Tasmania took her for some medical treatment so that her arm could heal properly. They also did health checks for the centre and helped many other children to receive medical treatment, as well as checking blood pressure for adults in the community.

The Serve Cambodia staff also received further first aid training, including skills such as how to treat a broken arm and what to do in the case of an emergency or a person collapsing. These are essential skills for staff to know so that they can take good care of each other and their students.

HOH Centre Manager Sok Chan says, “We thank God for teams who come and help our centres. Thankyou so much for praying for us, we will try our best to work hard for our kids and for our God.”

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