• 1
  • 2
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 06:12

To love a child with all your heart

There's never been a visitor to OBV, that have met the girls, played and get to know them....and has never come back. Ms. Lien is no different, only this time was more special than last time. Ms. Lien came with her husband --Mr. Mark, a Westerner with a genuine heart; and her friend, Lisa. All three of them are kind hearted souls.

phuc sinh 

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 08:14

Easter eggs - Where are they?

Unlike previous years, this year there was no frantic Easter Egg hunt in the garden, and like wise, there was no need for Mother N to sneak out in the middle of the night to hide the eggs. Instead, this year all the eggs could be found in a tub with about 3kg of flour.

ảnh 1 (3) 

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 07:49

Love and Service

Although only 1/3 of the girls at OBV are catholic, there is a never a year that Mother N forgets about the rituals and the meaning behind Easter Mass.

rua chan 

Monday, 28 March 2016 20:46

Interview with Doctor John Ehum

Dr. Ehum has individual talk with the OBV children.

Both OBV in Vietnam and Cambodia were very lucky to have Doctor John Ehum visit both locations, to get to know the girls, the staff, and the work that OBV do. It was an exciting week for John, with visits to Vietnam house, Cambodia house and a comprehensive tour of Kuala Lumpur and the work of OBV in Malaysia.

I got the opportunity to sit with Dr John at the beginning of the trip, and again at the very end, to talk about his expectations and experiences.

Jacqueline: So let's talk about your expectations coming into Vietnam and Cambodia. What were you thinking prior to your trip?
John: It was my first time to Vietnam, Cambodia and Malaysia so in terms of the countries and culture, I'm not quite sure what I was walking into. However, having worked with Dr. T.T for many years and heard her stories about OBV, I was very willing to go and see first-hand what the work involved, while experiencing new cultures.

Page 8 of 30