Vireak was introduced into our program by the office of Commune Committee for Women and Children (CCWC) because his family is one of the poor families in the community. His physical and mental health was fine upon enrollment. He does not sanitize and dress well. He does not brush his teeth. Vireak lives with parents and an older brother. This family lives in their own small house which is built from zinc roof and walls. His father is a construction worker in Phnom Penh and usually sends 50 USD a month to support the family. Her mother is hired planting or harvesting rice, and earns 30 USD a month. Besides this, she catches crabs or snails for selling and cooking. The family lives in a difficult situation, lacking of foods, rice and money to support their children. Through your supports, Vireak can access to substantial resources, such as education, nutrition and other services that are important for children development.
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