New Hope for Cambodian Children (NHCC)
New Hope for Cambodian Children (NHCC)’s mission is to to assist Cambodian children living with HIV/AIDS, and their affected families.
New Hope for Cambodian Children adopts a multi-disciplinary approach for their work with HIV-infected children.
Full-time holistic care for 270 orphans and abandoned children with HIV/AIDS is provided in their residential facility called Our Village, located outside Phnom Penh.
NHCC also provides total support for another forty five children in the New Hope Houses program. They are attending university or vocational school. NHCC pays their tuition and covers housing, food, medical, transportation and support staff costs.
New Hope for Cambodian Children collaborates with the Royal Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia and non-governmental organizations to assist Cambodian children and their affected families living with HIV/AIDS.
They are registered with the Ministry of the Interior in the Kingdom of Cambodia. The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Social Affairs in Cambodia have endorsed our work through Memorandums of Understanding.
Additionally, their work with children in Cambodia impacted with HIV/AIDS has been recognized in The Lancet International Journal, in Bill Clinton’s book Giving, and at a number of international AIDS conferences throughout the world. See more