The Cambodian Free Methodist Church and church planter Thyvenn Chang are reaching out for Christ. Kadearng is a fishing village half the year, but during the dry season, a full six months each year, the families have no current way of generating income.
The community desires to raise chickens and for a small investment the villagers can get started. The group has identified a manager to follow up with the families. Thyvenn and others will continue to reach out to the people holistically.
The Cambodian Free Methodist Church, through the work of church planter Thyvenn Chang, is reaching a new village for Christ. This village — Kadearng — is a fishing village during rainy season, all hands on deck. During the dry season, a full six months each year, the families have no current way of generating income.
As a complement to their fishing, the community desires to raise chickens. For a low-cost investment, the villagers can purchase their first supply of chickens, build pens, and get care from a local veterinarian. The group has already identified a manager for the project to follow up with the families and make sure the chickens are doing well. Thyvenn and others will continue to reach out to the people holistically.
$20 – Materials to construct one pen, $50 – Chickens for one family, $75 – Construction materials and chickens for 1 family, $250 – Chickens for 5 families, $750 – All chickens and materials for 10 families