Mission Statment


The mission of New Hope for Cambodian Children is to collaborate with the Royal Government of Cambodia and other Non-Government Organizations to assist Cambodian children infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS.

OUR STORY

John and Kathy Tucker, an American couple, came to Cambodia in 2000 to work with Maryknoll, providing assistance to adults who were dying with AIDS. They soon realized that, as the adults died, they often left behind children with no one to care for them. More often than not, the children were also infected with the HIV virus. Many of them were very sick and dying as well.
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New Hope for Cambodian
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NHCC PROGRAMS

OUR VILLAGE Our Village is a residential facility for more than 220 orphans and abandoned children infected with HIV/AIDS.
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NEW HOPE HOUSES When children complete studies at local schools, they move to Phnom Penh into one of two residences.
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HOME BASED CARE It is NHCC policy to keep HIV-infected children with their families for as long as possible.
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QUILTERS OF HOPE In 2004 Kathy Tucker realized that widows with HIV were unable to find jobs due to their HIV status. She was especially concerned for women who had children who were also infected.
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