Cambodian Community Children's Home
Pilot Nhap is the director of CCCH, located in Phnom Penh. CCCH is a licensed orphanage under Cambodian law. His Children's Home currently is home to 40 children rescued from the street or from human trafficking. Formerly a homeless "street kid" himself, along with his brother and sister, Nhap understands the ugly side of life in Cambodia. He has a heart for children in desperate situations. The primary limiting factor on the number of children he takes in is funding. With proper funding, Nhap could add 25 more children at the existing CCCH, and house 25 more at another facility in south Phnom Penh.
Anchor of Hope Orphan Foundation
Anchor of Hope is an orphan and Family foundation started by missionary Paul Hamilton in 1998 in Prednistrovia, Moldova. Due to government intervention, that ministry was short lived, but a subsequent orphanage opened in 1999 in the village of Streseni. Anchor of Hope currently has two homes for teenaged orphans: the Hannah House for girls and the Anchor of Hope Boys Home. The Homes provide care for teenage orphans once they reach the age where they have to leave the orphanage. They learn the Bible, attend school to learn a trade, and some work a full-time job.