Mara Kong from Cambodia New Life and Houston Texas, United States. In 2015 I was introduced to a lovely and compassionate young lady named Solida Seng. She is the leader and the founder of Precious Women in Cambodia. I was touched by her compassionate heart and that she wants to help.
Rescue the unfortunate women who are working in the bars, and to equip them with skills that allow them to be able to help live in a Godly way. So, I was touched by this action, by this compassionate heart and that’s why I spend my time to help Precious Women in their work and their need by providing some teaching to the staff and to the students, the women of Precious Women. I learned that for this organization to grow they need help and support from people who can help them, so I pray that God can touch people that hear the cry of the hurting people, the hurting women, who really need their help, to help Precious Women to rescue more people, more women who are hurting. Please contact Precious Women if you need to have more information,
Soar McCaul was born in Phnom Penh and has lived in the city for her whole life. Together with her husband she pastors New Life Fellowship Church in Phnom Penh, one of the biggest churches in Cambodia, with a congregation of about 1500 people. They also have an organization called New Life Foundation with about 60 staff. Previously she worked as a host for a TV program called One Cube. She loves cooking and spending time with her two kids and her husband.
Glenn Miles is from the UK and he has worked in Cambodia for 16 years over a 25 year period. He has done research with sexually exploited minorities including boys, transgender and women. He has a PhD in Childhood Studies based on research into Violence and Children in Cambodia, and is also a trained children’s and public health nurse. As a hobby he has collected turtles from all over Asia made of all kinds of materials – metals, ceramics, cloth. Glenn is currently serving on our board as International Relations and Research Advisor.