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Sunday, 19 November 2017 22:41

Sharing Happiness

OBV Cambodia

Like any other family, our happiness comes from the children of our greater OBV family, from Vietnam, Cambodia and Malaysia. It was important to us that they know and love each other.  Recently, the generosity of one of our supporters saw OBV receive 55 boxes of moon cakes and lanterns, to be divided evenly between the 3 houses.  Along with the moon cakes that were going to the girls of Cambodia were letters carefully written to Ms Ha and Nimol.  Father Martino and Mother Ngoc have certainly done well in teaching the lesson of love, for you will not find a greater love than that between our girls.



September 30, 2017

Translated by Jacqueline Huynh and Mr. Phung.  The orginal version in Vietnamese entitled "Niềm Hạnh Phúc Sẻ Chia"

Sunday, 12 November 2017 22:05

A Friendly Welcome

an old article...

The OBV Cambodia family

Our OBV family in Cambodia only became a more joyful place when two cute princesses joined. They were sisters, V and T. 

At first both V and T cried and longed to go home. But the other sisters rallied behind them and gave encouraging words. "Don't cry, it's better here. We're all sisters here."

Sunday, 15 October 2017 21:36

Trying Her Best

an old article...


Kim Vy had promised to come every Saturday to teach the kids English, and she had kept to her word for the last few weeks. Unfortunately, with the kids' exams fast approaching, her plans had to be pushed back, possibly when the next Mission Trip starts.

Sunday, 08 October 2017 21:11

Just a Little Bit

an old article...

Mr. Pham Sy, who holds a Master's degree in Psychology, visited our girls in Cambodia to speak to the girls on a vast number of topics, through interesting games and activities.

By engaging in conversation with the girls, he soon learnt about their lives, their backstories, the goals and dreams for the future. He taught his lessons through song and play, and helped the children draw self portraits.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017 22:46

A maternal grandmother's suffering

Mrs. Tu was already the maternal grandmother to little D, a fifth grader who had been sexually molested by her biological father and grandfather. These kind of horrifying stories are sadly not uncommon, and are usually blasted across newspapers for all to read about.

"A father and grandfather sexually molested an 11-year old girl, and forced her to drink aphrodisiac drugs over multiple occasions"  - (click to read the article in Vietnamese in 'afamily')