Cambodia AIDS Project
Providing home care for 60 people living with HIV/AIDS.
In 2003, when AIDS patients were literally dying every week in Cambodia, CAMA and the Khmer Evangelical Church (KEC) knew God was calling them to reach out to families left vulnerable from HIV. The KEC and CAMA recruited church volunteers who received health and homecare visitation training. As the volunteers began serving and experiencing the joy of loving your neighbor, they also quickly became advocates for those living with HIV/AIDS.
Because of your support, this church-based ministry continues today. Over ten volunteers express the love of Christ to 60 patients and orphans. They listen to their journey, provide food packets, help with travel to the hospital, check up on medicine, and provide school supplies. And through the years, 80 percent of the patients have put their trust in Jesus!