Meet two female business owners of a post-tsunami social enterprise in Southeast Asia.
For the last 13 years, every other week, church volunteers in Cambodia visit patients living with HIV/AIDS.
Today’s post is written by Leslie,* a CAMA Worker serving in Southeast Asia. Oh the places you’ll go, when He is at the Helm. On Tuesday I had big plans to go for a run on the beach. I rode my bike to the shore, and to my surprise the waves were coming so far up […]
Today’s post is written by Kate Manske. For the past three years, she has served as a nurse in Cambodia with CAMA. The testimony of SraiGaew is amazing. It’s a story of great pain, a story of transformation and miracle, and a story that points to Jesus. The story begins about two years ago. At […]
Today’s post is written by Sarah, a CAMA worker in Southeast Asia. CAMACrafts is a handicraft company in Laos, Southeast Asia encouraging women to use their traditional cultural skills to continue their livelihood and care for their families. The goal is to lead Lao and Hmong villagers toward self-sufficiency through a viable business as an aid […]