The Toul Serey Home is an orphan care facility located
in Cambodia's Kompong Speu Province. The home is in quiet, rural area, surrounded by fields where farmers grow rice, harvest
palm sugar, and raise cattle.
The home is at a central location, with eight villages
surrounding it. The province is known for its palm trees. Palms tower above small trees and dense brush that border the open
farmlands. The people near the church make a living as farmers or by logging in the nearby mountains. The Kompong Speu province
is very poor, and poverty is a major problem in the region. AIDS, childbirth complications, malaria and poor health care facilities
have led to a large population of orphan children.
Construction on the Toul Serey orphan home was completed
in January 2004. A typical day begins as the children awake. Before eating breakfast, the orphans participate in devotions.
The school age children either attend classes in the morning or in the late afternoon. After lunch, most of the orphans take
naps, play, study, and take classes in the home. Later, they eat dinner, take care of the homes' garden and plants, and attend
an English class in the home. The Toul Serey family orphans finish each day gathering for devotions, before setting up their
mosquito nets and going to sleep.
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