Learning and playing, secure and loved
In 2014-2015, children in England and Wales raised money and prayed for children in Cambodia, so that they could help children like Soriya and her little sister Chanlina.
Soriya and Chanlina had to be left at home alone every day while their parents went to work. This was dangerous and frightening for the girls. Thankfully they were introduced to the Lindalva Centre by Sister Eulie.
The Lindalva Centre provides children with a safe and loving environment in which to learn and play. Here, Soriya and Chanlina, along with many others, are given the chance to go to school and are provided with lunch every day.
Sr Eulie helped establish the Lindalva centre. She and members of her religious community, the Daughters of Charity, continue to facilitate its running with the help of Mission Together.
Find out more about our work in Cambodia by downloading the free resources below.
The Lindalva Centre is an amazing place but there are hundreds of other children who still have nowhere to go and no-one to look after them. With your help, Mission Together is working to change that.
We are delighted to be working alongside the Knights of St Columba, in collaboration with Missio Scotland, to support Cambodia’s Lindalva Centre and similar centres across the world.
The Knights of St Columba have generously agreed to focus on Mission Together for their Action Project from November 2015 to October 2018 and we thank them for their support.
Although the focus for this year’s materials is on another country, children’s projects in Cambodia are still being supported by Mission Together. Please continue to pray and fundraise to support this life-giving work, helping children around the world.