Our Partners

Partnered with Evangelical Mission Church, and One to One

Evangelical Mission Church

Pastor Sokhon

In 2007, Feed the Hungry staff from the States, Australia, and Hong Kong came and visited Pastor Sokhon and the Evangelical Mission Church after learning of the ministry from Reverend Jim Harris. At that time, the partnership began and has been growing ever since.

The feeding program has helped open many doors and allows Pastor Sokhon and his ministry team to evangelize to child who in turn evangelize to their families. The ministry has grown from 5 home churches in rural villages to 155 churches in 7 provinces. Every day more people come to know Christ and learn of the Gospel.

Pastor Sokhon and his family feel the love and support from Feed the Hungry and their supporters throughout the world. With the continued support and prayers, they work hard to share the Gospel in Cambodia.

Pastor Sokhon’s long-term goal is to plant churches in all 25 of Cambodia’s provinces.

Poverty, transportation, employment, and having enough food are the biggest challenges that Pastor Sokhon and his ministry face.

If food and God’s word was plentiful, they could reach 5,000 children a year.


Huy Ly

In 2016, a friend from New Creation church introduced Huy to Feed the Hungry and the partnership began.

The partnership has been a blessing to Huy’s One-2-One ministry. The feeding program has allowed the ministry to reach the poor community, caring for them and telling them about Jesus’ love for them. During 2020, One-2-One has transitioned to work more with families suffering due to Covid related issues.

One of the most impactful moments in the ministry was the ability to care for those who were close to dying from starvation during Covid-19 shut downs by expanding their food distribution to different ministries throughout the Philippines.

Huy’s long term goal for One-2-One is to provide nutiritional food to children in the poor communities so that they are able to go to shool as well as lead the communities the children live in to Christ.

The main struggle for Huy is dealing with shipping and transporting the food to the communities they work in.

If food and God’s word was plentiful, they could reach over 5,000 children a year.

About Cambodia

Country Statistics

  • Population: 16,891,245 (2023 est.)
  • Below the Poverty Line: 16.5% (2019 est.)
  • Life Expectancy: 71.03 years (2023 est.)
  • Literacy Rate: 80.5% (2015)
  • Human Development Index: 146/191 (2022)
  • Global Climate Risk Index: 84 (2019)

About the Children

  • Under the Age of 14: 29.47% (2023 est.)
  • Children under 5 Underweight: 24.1% (2014)
  • Average Years of Schooling: 5 years (2020)

Causes of Death

  • Hepatitis A, Typhoid Fever, Malaria, Dengue Fever.
  • Others include diarrheal diseases, birth complications, and Japanese Encephalitis.

Monsoons, flooding, droughts, lack of clean water, and low fish stocks all threaten the livelihood of Cambodia’s people.

Human trafficking is a major issue as well. These people are subjected to forced labor in agriculture, fishing, construction, manufacturing, domestic service, sex work, international shipping, brick kilns, and street vending.

There are currently 75,000 displaced people. (2022)

Narcotic related corruption involving the government, military, and police. Money laundering is also an issue.