New Life Fellowship Cambodia

Community Development

Student Dormitories

NEED

Phnom Penh is a city of over two million people, and young people from underprivileged backgrounds are quickly drawn into lives of hopelessness, depression, addictions, and exploitation.

  • Young men and women from the rural areas of Cambodia who want to further their education often have no safe place to live in Phnom Penh.
  • Young people who have grown up in orphanages are required to move out on their own when they reach the age of 18. Having lived in an institution for most of their lives, they are ill-equipped and unprepared to live totally independently.
  • Young people from the partnering village churches come to Phnom Penh to train, build capacity, and return to serve in their churches.

OBJECTIVES

Purchase a permanent facility for Student Dormitories in order to:

  • Provide a safe place for young people to live.
  • Provide an environment and development process for young people to have the foundational opportunities, soft skills, life skills, leadership skills, and mindsets for lasting success
  • Provide a leadership incubator pathway for New Life Dormitory students, who will become the next generation of leaders influencing the different sectors in Cambodia.
 
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$4,351 of $37,852 raised

OUR OBJECTIVES

The objectives of purchasing a permanent facility for Student Dormitories are the following:

  • Provide a safe place for young people to live.
  • Provide an environment and development process for young people to have the foundational opportunities, soft skills, life skills, leadership skills, and mindsets for lasting success
  • Provide a pathway for New Life Dormitories to be a leadership incubator for New Life’s continual growth, which will become the next generation of leaders that influence the different sectors in Cambodia.

OUR NEED

Phnom Penh is a city of over two million people, and young people from underprivileged backgrounds are quickly drawn into lives of hopelessness, depression, addictions, and exploitation.

  • Young men and women from the rural areas of Cambodia who want to further their educations and find employment often have no safe place to live in Phnom Penh and cannot move to Phnom Penh.
  • Young people who have grown up in orphanages are required to move out on their own when they reach the age of 18. Having lived in an institution for most of their lives, they are ill-equipped and unprepared to live independently.
  • Young people from the province partnering churches come to Phnom Penh to train and build capacity and return to extend their chur capacity.
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Donation Total: $100