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New Beginnings in Cambodia

Thanks to our wonderful supporters, LWB has been able to deliver over 500,000 pounds of emergency food supplies to children and their families during COVID. As we’ve headed out into new locations, we’ve met some truly remarkable people along the way. Today, I want to introduce you to a very special family from rural Cambodia.

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Love for Leap Village

The amazing LWB community has provided emergency food supplies to hungry children around the world for the past year. We have been so thankful to be able to bring essential and life-sustaining food to villages and orphanages most in need. One of the extra blessings of having our teams go out to the most remote regions is that we are then able to identify other critical needs for children that we try our best to address. When our team first went to Leap Village, a rural Cambodian village near the border of Thailand, they were surprised at how many landmines still cover the area.

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Dream Big for Vithu Village: Amanda

Today, we’d like you to meet 11-year-old Amanda.  She and her two siblings have lived in Vithu Village for the last several years after her parents heard that land was being made available for people living in great poverty. They took the opportunity to move to this remote region and were finally able to set up a home of their very own.

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Dream Big for Vithu Village: Anna

Today we’d like to introduce you to Amanda, a sweet 12-year-old with seven brothers and sisters. Her mother, who works as a migrant worker in the cassava fields, moved her family to remote Vithu Village two years ago after hearing that people who were severely impoverished could get a small plot of land of their very own.

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Stories of Hope: Rena

At the beginning of our year-end campaign, we introduced you to 10-year-old Rena. When we first met her back in September, she’d been left in charge of her three little brothers while her mom went searching for work. They’d been sleeping along the Cambodian border on public land after fleeing to escape domestic violence. She told our team that their meager food supplies were now gone, so she’d been taking water from the dirty creek to feed her baby brother. She hoped the water would fill his stomach enough to make his cries of hunger stop.

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Stories of Hope: Perry

In countries all over the world, people live and work at local landfills, picking through mounds of rotten waste and broken glass to search for recyclables. It’s grueling work, yet each day the families comb through the garbage, gathering plastic they can exchange for a small amount of cash. It was at a landfill in western Cambodia that we first met little Perry.

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Remote Learning in Uganda: Grace

Many in our LWB community will remember Grace, the brave teen from a remote lake region of Uganda who twice battled abdominal tumors. When we first got to know Grace, her medical condition has caused her to drop out of school for several years. She told us that more than anything she dreamed of getting an education.  Following her surgeries, LWB supporters made it possible for Grace to pursue that dream.  She was able to enroll in the top primary boarding school in the region, where through lots of hard work, she quickly rose to the top of her class.

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Overcoming Obstacles to Education in Uganda

Around the world, children facing medical needs often face insurmountable obstacles to education.  In Uganda, a child who falls ill or suffers an injury often must withdraw from school. They may be in constant pain, either physical or emotional, or have to remain at home due to their illness. Sometimes a family must spend all of their money on medical treatment and medications for their sick child, leaving them with nothing for food and other basic necessities, let alone school tuition.

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Thomas and Zane: Help Us Send Them To School

Love Without Boundaries has always stood in the gap for orphaned children, working nonstop to ensure they receive every chance possible at a better future. Thanks to our supporters at home and our team members on the ground in our country locations, we’ve brought hope to thousands of orphaned children over the years. Today we want you to meet two more who need our help.

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Danna’s Big Dreams

Several weeks ago, we introduced our community to a remarkable and resilient young woman named Danna. When Danna was younger, she and her sister were forced to go to a shelter when their mom was unable to care for them, and it was at the shelter that Danna was able to attend school for the first time.  Her teachers soon realized that she was a natural learner and teacher.

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