Cambodia

Leprosy is a disease that attacks and causes progressive and permanent damage to skin, nerves, limbs, and eyes. Lepers are often forced out of their homes. CRAM Worldwide is now ministering among a leper colony in Stung Treng, Cambodia to care for the physical and spiritual needs of the sick. We are building ten houses for twenty leper families so they may have a safe and loving place to call home. We have begun construction on a medical facility in partnership with Fellowship of Associates of Medical Evangelism (FAME). Our desire is to build a church for the lepers. Since Cambodia is a relgiously free country, we are able to share the Gospel openly.

Village of Hope: with the support of our partnering church and individuals, we have created a village for the leprosy patients. The Village of Hope has ten duplex that will house 20 families for them to have a permanent residence. We have also built a medical clinic and a church for them, so that both of their physical and spiritual needs can be met. We are trying to finalize the farm for the lepers, so that they can have a sustainable life and livelihood. If you would like to help complete the farm, or purchase a cattle for the farm, please click here

Christian School: Our mission partner Peter Kim has built a school for the children in Stung Treng, Cambodia. This school offers a chance for the poor kids to be educated in Bible, textbooks and Tae Kwon Do. CRAM has recently raised enough funds to help finished a dormitory, so the kids no longer need to sleep in their classrooms any more. Our currently need is to purchase school bus for these 150 children, so they can travel to school and return home safely. If you would like to help purchase a school bus for these kids, please click here.

“A man with leprosy came and knelt before him and said, ‘Lord, if you are willing, you can make me clean.’ Jesus reached out his hand and touched the man. ‘I am willing,’ he said. ‘Be clean!’ immediately, he was cleansed of his leprosy.” (Matthew 8:2-3)