Our work in Cambodia began in 2013. Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia, and the impoverished women and children there are particularly vulnerable to the sex trafficking industry. We support organizations working to bring their local communities out of poverty through education and sustainable development action. The Cambodian Community Dream Organization has built a school to promote rural educational access and works in the surrounding community to improve health and therefore opportunities to attend school or work. The Landmine Relief Fund focuses on clearing minefields and creating schools in their stead. The People Improvement Organization provides education and vocational training to slum communities, creating paths out of poverty. Working for Children provides schooling for rural children as well as sustainable farming training to the community at large.