ICF Cambodia’s founder is Swiss native ND Strupler. He tells The Post he started the church with a desire to help Cambodian families improve their education levels, lifestyle and relationships with one another.
With its basketball court, football pitch, tennis court and ninja warrior water sports area, you could be forgiven for thinking that the Siem Reap campus of International Christian Fellowship (ICF) Cambodia is a sports centre.
Armed with his conviction that housing is a basic human right that should be available to all, Sinn Mang – a former carpenter from a small fishing village in Kandal province – has dedicated the past five years of his life to constru
Rescue Task Force, a non-profit relief agency founded by Gary Becks in 1988, has donated over $87 million in relief supplies to the impoverished communities of Afghanistan, Sudan, Myanmar, Central America and Peru.
Eager to improve foreign language skills in his local community, Loy Souvann has single-handedly established a makeshift English language school in order to help children develop the necessary skills to escape poverty and broaden th
Gary Becks looks below the port-side of a speedboat careening back-and-forth between the borders of Siem Reap and Kampong Thom province, speeding past villagers inspecting fishing nets along the riverbank.
Now 51 years old, Chhim Sotheara lost his childhood as he spent his formative years living in the thick of civil war, genocide and conflict.
Early one morning, a middle-aged man sits near water mixing animal food and packing it into a plastic bag. He then heads to a water reservoir, knife in hand, holding a half-full plastic sports bottle.
The Red Pencil helps people dealing with trauma heal and grow through the creative process of creating art across the mediums of drawing, music and movement and dance.
It was fifteen years ago when Laurence Vandenborre first worked with a traumatised nine-year-old girl who was rescued from the colossal 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that devastated Southeast Asia.