CAMPAIGN AGAINST  CHILD SEX EXPLOITATION AND TRAFFICKING

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Wednesday, 20 November 2013 17:39

My whole Story About the Trip


After having heard some of the situations these girls have been through, I truly do begin to count my blessings having been born in America. These children have all become part of us during this short period of time knowing them. They've taught us many things that cannot be learned or taught elsewhere without having been on this mission trip.

Friday, 31 May 2013 17:53

Day 7 - 8: Mission trip in Singapore

Mission trip group in Singapore

Fourteen years ago. This was the last time I was in Singapore. Singapore is, for lack of a better term, different. It's much cleaner than Vietnam and Cambodia, but that seems to come with a few minor flaws to the country. 

Making friends with Vietnamese children in Cambodia

Today on the second day of Cambodia we got to go visit the Vietnamese village, that is a group of about 14 families living very close together. One thing that I really like about the visiting is that it totally opened my eyes to see a completely different world from the world. I am living in right now. 

Mission trip group with Vietnamese workers in Cambodia

I found the idea of going to a rustic village in the middle of nowhere is unappealing from the start; however, the village was worth the travel.  Even though, the village houses were extensively cluttered, it only made the villagers closer to one another.  In addition, the houses were divided merely by wooden sticks and plastic papering.  Nevertheless, the relationships between the villagers are strong.  It truly displays what OBV Stands for.  One Body Village originated from the idea that it takes a village to raise a child.  In this village, the villagers help one another for the better of the village.  Together, they cook, eat, and live with one another-which is what a true village does.

 

Mission trip group with Vietnamese children in Cambodia

We arrived to Cambodia after a very long ride. The heat here is already different. I couldn't wait to meet the OBV kids here so we took tuk tuk to go to the hotel. We checked in very fast and and not waiting any longer we took the tuk tuk again to go straight to OBV House.

Mission trip group visit Vietnamese village in Cambodia

Cambodia is country that suprised me, its beyond my expectation. I came to Cambodia as a mission trip, concluding 6 other missioner. As soon as we crossed the border this morning, we went check  in at the hotel with my group. After that, we went visited this small village at Kòm Pung Đo Areysak. Its a small village that Vietnamese property live, very poor Vietnamese. As I walked along with the all other missioner, we gets to learn about the historical story about the village and how it starts.