Children with HIV/AIDS have the potential to live rich and full lives. They deserve family style care, necessary medicine, and a quality education, like other children their age.

We work in partnership with the Royal Government of Cambodia, other NGO’s, and donors like you to provide care for our 70+ children.


The primary need of all children is to be loved, cared for, and feel they belong. We provide loving, nurturing care in family style homes in our village.


HIV medication and regular medical check ups give our children the opportunity to live a full, normal life.


Our children receive a quality education that prepares them for a successful life and give them the tools to impact the future of Cambodia.


John and Kathy Tucker, an American couple, came to Cambodia in 2000 to work with the Maryknoll organization, providing assistance to adults who were dying with AIDS. They soon realized that, as the adults died, they often left behind children with no one to care for them. More often than not, the children were also infected with the HIV virus. Many of them were very sick and dying as well.


“It’s the greatest poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish.”

  — Mother Teresa