Critical sanitary situation in Cambodge – Sihanoukville goes into RED zone!
Unfortunately Covid19 cases have risen exponentially in the past 4 weeks. There are hundreds of new cases every day. Therefore a lockdown has been reinforced in the cities and 80 % of Sihanoukville is now a red zone!
This means that the inhabitants of the quarantined neighbourhoods can’t move anymore neither to see their families nor to go to the food markets (most of them have closed down).
Klang Leu is now an ORANGE zone but some quarters are completely locked down because of Covid cases or the suspicion of new cases due to proximity with infected people.
For the moment, there are no Covid cases detected among the families we are supporting.
We provide masks and hygiene products and regularly remind the safety measures to be followed to avoid getting infected.
Together, let’s ensure the survival of children and their families!
Since February, the children haven’t returned to school or to the daycare centre, except to come and get lunch boxes and weekly food support at lunchtime every day. It’s vital for them!
Together, let’s make a difference!
We desperately need all your support to feed the children and their families!
Our target is to collect 10,000 € to meet the needs of the centre for the next 3 months, so that the heart of the centre continues to beat.
Our team does not give up and is active every day to guarantee these distributions of meals and food items. Without this support, children and their families have nothing! But the food volumes distributed have dramatically increased last month, and we need all your support
to guarantee that these meals and drinking water are distributed to children and their families.
Help us today. Every donation of any size will make a huge difference!
As a reminder, $1 allows to offer a daily portion of rice for one family.
With $ 30, you offer an entire family a month of this basic food.
Thanks to you, it’s possible!
To contribute to the food distribution, follow this link:
On behalf of all children in Klang Leu, THANK YOU!
Gwen, Florence and Fabienne