Imagine

Imagine that you could be used as part of the answer to change a child's life.

Poverty defines a child's future.
Poverty can define a child's future as it means no education.
Poverty can define a child's appearance.
It can mean that a child is short and have very few teeth by adulthood.  That belief that Cambodians are naturally short in stature?  Not true!  Cambodian history speaks of tall, mighty warriors in the past.  Today adopted Cambodian children, after their diet improves, shoot up to be just as tall as other children!

Poverty means danger for impoverished children in Cambodia, sleeping on the streets is the only life they have ever known.  Monsoon season can be a very scary time. There are no homeless shelters.
Poverty means that normal childhood illnesses can result death to a poor child in Cambodia.
Poverty can define a child's choices.  Sometimes drugs or selling themselves is the survivable choice instead of hunger.
Poverty means a life where the daily struggle is for food for a child, it is a life of no toys, no shoes, no baths.

Poverty can mean

  • No dreams,
  • No visions,
  • No joy,
  • No hope.

Imagine that you could be used as part of the answer to change a child's life.

Imagine Bykota House