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This is a special appeal to our Cambodian brothers and sisters inside and outside of the country who might be considering to donate to a worthy cause. Will you help us reach our goal?

សួស្តីបងប្អូនទាំងអស់គ្នា ដូចបងប្អូនយើងបានដឹងហើយយើងមានការធ្វើការរ៉ៃអង្គាស់ធំមួយសម្រាប់កម្មវិធីរបស់ខេត្តបាត់ដំបងដោយអង្គការមួយនៅសហរដ្ធអាមេរិកឈ្មោះ One Day Wages ដើម្បីទទួលបានថវិកា $30,000 មកអង្គការទឹកចិត្តម្តាយ។ ការរ៉ៃអង្គាសនេះគោលដៅយើងធ្វើយ៉ាងណាអោយបាន $15,000 ពីសប្បុរសជនទាំងឡាយនៅលើពិភពលោក ដែលក្នុងនោះក៍អាចមានចំណែកបងប្អូនខ្មែរយើងដែរ បើបងប្អូនយើងចង់ចូលរួម ក្នុងរ៉ៃអង្គាស់សម្រាប់បាន$15,000 នោះអង្គការ One Day Wages នឹងផ្តល់អោយអង្គការទឹកចិត្តម្តាយ $15,000 ដើម្បីបាន $30,000 សម្រាប់កម្មវិធីនៅបាត់ដំបង។ ខ្ញុំចង់មានគំនិតផ្តួចផ្តើមសម្រាប់ការចូលរួមដោយស្ម័គ្រចិត្តពីបងប្អូនរួមជាតិខ្មែរយើងដែល មានចិត្តចង់ចូលរួម។ ការចូលរួមទៅតាមសទ្ធារបស់បងប្អូន គឺជាការស្ម័គ្រចិត្តទេ មិនមែនតម្រូវសម្រាប់បងប្អូនទេ។ ថវិកានឹងប្រើសម្រាប់ជួយដល់ស្ត្រីដែលរងគ្រោះដោយវិបត្តិនៃការមានផ្ទៃ(Crisis Pregnancy Women) ក្នុងខេត្តបាត់ដំបង។ សម្រាប់ការចូលរួមបងប្អូនអាច ផ្តល់ដោយផ្ទាល់ជាមួយនឹងគណនីរបស់ One Day Wages រឺ តាម គណនីរបស់អង្គការទឹកចិត្តម្តាយ បន្ទាប់មកយើងនឹងវេចូលទៅគណនីរបស់ One Day wages. បើបងប្អូនមានចំងល់អាចទាក់ទងមក លេខទូរស័ព្ទ ០១២ ៦៦ ៤៨០៨។ ការបរិច្ឆេទចុងក្រោយនៃការរ៉ៃអង្គាស់ ១៨ មិថុនា ២០២១។ សូមព្រះអម្ចាស់ប្រទានពរ

គណនី ABA (Account) ឈ្មោះគណនី (Name of Account): Mother’s Heart Organization លេខគណនី ABA (Account No): 002650659 សូមដាក់សំគាល់ថាសម្រាប់: One Day Wages រឺអក្សរកាត់ ODW


We are now down to the last few weeks of our fundraising campaign in partnership with One Day's Wages and we'd like to give a quick update on our progress. We are 40% of the way to reaching our goal of $15,000, which will be matched by One Day's Wages dollar for dollar for a total grant of $30,000. These were from eight donors who come from different sides of the world. A massive thank you for your incredible support to Mother's Heart. Your donations ensure that we can continue helping vulnerable women and girls in crisis pregnancies in Battambang province.

You still have time to get your donations matched— but don't delay. Our fundraising campaign will end on the 18th of June. Give these women and young girls and their newborns a chance at life by providing them with quality health care, stable housing, nutritious food, vocational training, and job placements that will take them to the path of a better future. Will you help us reach our goal? Visit { Mother's Heart's campaign page } at One Day's Wages site for more information or to donate. Thanks again to our generous donors. We are immensely grateful.

The global battle against COVID-19 has raged for over a year now and is showing no signs of abating. In the light of this, we would like to share an update on the current COVID-19 situation in the country and how it is continuing to impact our work on the ground.

*** Cambodia was nearly COVID-free until an incident on February 20th caused the numbers of positive cases to sharply and rapidly increase. From a national total of around 380 mostly imported cases and no deaths, Cambodia now, May 5, has a total of 16,971 cases, 110 recorded deaths, and a daily increase in recorded Covid-19 infections numbering in the many hundreds.

Due to this alarming situation, Phnom Penh and the satellite city of Takhmau have been placed under lockdown, and, five districts of Phnom Penh have been placed under a ‘red zone’ category where there is a severe outbreak. In a red zone, citizens’ movement is fully prohibited except for medical emergencies; the government provides red zone residents with a minimal level of alimentary supplies at lower than market rates.

The rest of the population are categorised either in the orange (moderate risk of COVID-19 in the community) or yellow zones (low risk of infection). The red and orange zones remain under lockdown measures while those in the yellow zones will no longer be under lockdown, but strict administrative measures are in full effect. Despite this, the government is still struggling to contain the spread of the virus as well as to keep the population protected.

The health and safety of our staff and beneficiaries is our top priority in the face of the current COVID-19 situation. While our Battambang office is open, the staff there are working with strict safety measures and protocols in place, our office in Phnom Penh has been temporarily closed with all staff working from home since last month; our day care is also closed. All face to face interactions with beneficiaries have been temporarily suspended.

The four residents and their babies in the women’s home have been prohibited from any activities outside the shelter and are being monitored by our team regularly. At the moment, we have 19 beneficiaries who are in critical need of support with many of them living in one of the red zone areas and thus having no access to work and food. Travelling is restricted, so delivering food support has been very challenging despite our staff having the necessary permits to travel. Given the difficulties in delivering our supplies, and with the city-wide lockdown still being in effect with more districts added to the red zone list, we are looking into cash transfers instead of food deliveries.

On-going communication amongst staff and monitoring of beneficiaries is done via mobile phones and internet apps. Our only guaranteed route through locked-down areas and into red zones is via telecommunications, so we propose to temporarily shift the focus of our support efforts into transferring money through banking and cash-transfer apps. Our beneficiaries will be able to secure provisions for themselves from governmental food-trucks assigned to their red zone locality without anyone breaking any lockdown restrictions. We are opening the following donation channels for donations to our COVID-19 campaign:

For tax deductible-donations from Australian donors:


For tax-deductible donations from the UK and the USA:


And for our donors inside Cambodia:

ABA Account

Name of Account: Mother’s Heart Organization

ABA Account No. 002650659

Once again, we are grateful to you, our donors, supporters, and friends; your continuing contributions have helped us deal with the impact of this crisis.

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