World Renew is responding to poverty in Cambodia by working in partnership with the Mission Alliance (MA) of Norway, Tear Fund UK, Foods Resource Bank, 8 local churches, 6 locally registered non-government organizations and 1 local network.

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World Renew Partners In Cambodia

KHMER ANGKA FOR DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL AREAS (KADRA)

Currently working in 7 villages in Svay Rieng Province, facilitating a 10 step community organizing process focused on integrated community development that focuses on 7 sectors: agriculture, health, children’s education, income generation, environment, community infrastructure and social justice.

COMMUNITY FOR TRANSFORMATION (CFT)

Currently working in 13 villages in the province of Kompong Speu Province, facilitating a 10 step community organizing process focused on integrated community development that focuses on agricultural production and food security, community health and environment, children’s education, income generation and savings groups, and peace and advocacy.

OCCUPATIONAL OF RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND AGRICULTURE (OREDA)

Currently working in 9 villages in Kampot Province, facilitating a 10 step community organizing process focused on integrated community development covering 7 sectors: agriculture, health, children’s education, income generation, environment, social justice and infrastructure development.

NEW LIGHT OF UNITY (LNU)

Currently working in 20 villages in Kompong Trapeak District of Prey Veng Province, facilitating a 10 Step community organizing process focused on integrated community development with particular emphasis on peace and advocacy, gender equality, self-help savings groups, health and environment.

CHURCHES FOR COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION (CCT)

CCT is a grouping of our eight church partners. The three church partners (*) with the strongest Community Development Committees within their congregations implement full development operating programs using the CO Process. The other 5 churches implement smaller programs, such as small grant projects and capacity building trainings. 

HERITAGE OF CHRIST CHURCH (HCC)*

HCC is located in Toul Khlong Village Odong District, Kompong Speu Province. Currently working in 6Lvillages with 2 fulltime staff facilitating a 10 Step community organizing process focused on integrated community development covering agriculture, small business and savings groups for income generation, health and environment, and social justice.

NEW HOPE CHURCH (NEHC)*

NEHC is located in Trapang Sdock Village, Somrong District, Province of Takeo. Currently working in 4 villages with 1 fulltime staff facilitating a 10 Step community organizing process focused on integrated community development covering agriculture, small business and savings groups for income generation, health and environment, and advocacy for peace and mitigation of domestic violence.

PHAL DOMBAUNG CHURCH (PDC)*

PDC is located in Thmey Village Somraung District, Province of Takeo. Currently working in 7 villages with 1 fulltime staff facilitating a 10 Step community organizing process focused on integrated community development covering agriculture, small business and savings groups for income generation, social justice, and capacity building for church leaders.

KAMPONG PHNOM CHURCH (KPC)

KPC is located in Chhrouy Village, Leuk Deck District, Province of Kandal. Currently working in 3 villages with 2 part time staff facilitating a 10 Step community organizing process focused on integrated community development covering food security, small business and savings groups for income generation, and health.

LIVING WATER CHURCH (LWC)

Living Water Church is located in TukTla Village, in Banteay Meanchey Province. One of the newest partners of World Renew, this church plans to start the community organizing process in 2012.

HARVESTING TIME CHURCH (CIHC)

CIHC is located in Kompong Chhnang Province. One of the newest partners of World Renew, this church plans to start the community organizing process in 2012.

NEW LIFE CHURCH (NLC)

Located in Khnung Village, Baty District, Province of Takeo. Currently working in 4 villages with 1 fulltime staff facilitating a 10 Step community organizing process focused on integrated community development covering agriculture, small business and savings groups for income generation, health and environment, and advocacy for peace and mitigation of domestic violence.

KHMER CHURCHES DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION TOULSALA (KCDAT)

KCDAT is located in Toulsala Village, Kandal Province. One of the newest partners of World Renew, this church plans to start the community organizing process in 2012.

CHRISTIAN LEARNING CIRCLE FOR DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (CLCDA)

World Renew established CLCDA in 2002, in order to support churches and Christian organizations to do engage in effective community development. The network was used to identify our 8 current church partners. The learning circle continues to grow, under the leadership of a steering committee elected from among its member, and supported by World Renew. It now has a total of 33 member organizations who meet regularly to learn and support each other through shared experiences and fellowship in Christ. “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20)

ORGANICATION TO DEVELOP OUR VILLAGES (ODOV)

ODOV has been working in community development for several years, however partnering with World Renew in 2015 meant that they could shift their focus to making communities self-reliant. “We want to focus on a development program that builds our villager’s capacity to work together and teaches them to help themselves so they can solve their problems,” explained their director, Tes Sopheat.

CHILDREN AND WOMEN DEVELOPMENT CENTER IN CAMBODIA (CWDCC)

CWDCC is proud of the recent partnership they were able to establish with World Renew in 2015 because they now have security in the funding for their programs they can provide to 6 communes in Kampot province. Their biggest challenge to overcome is their lack of technical skills and special knowledge in agriculture techniques, savings groups, nutrition and health programs. “By starting a partnership we have begun to build up our staff capacity, which will serve us well in defining our programs for our target communities,” shared the director Mr. Phou Teng.