TWR Cambodia began its ministry in 2000 with the task of producing the Khmer version of Women of Hope, a program created by Project Hannah to share God’s love with women around the world. TWR Cambodia works with pastors, local volunteers, and coordinators who manage more than 421 of children and adult listener groups in villages across Cambodia.


  • To contribute to human resource development in particular children and youth in order to attain education and well-being by providing the fundamental children’s rights, encouraging them to attend school, love studies, and understand about sanitation and hygiene;  

  • To promote well-being of people and spiritual education through workshops, publicity, and social works;

  • To cooperate with voluntary doctor groups from both Cambodia and overseas in order to provide medical checks and treatments to the local people for free of charge; 

  • To provide support to vulnerable children such as orphans, abundant children, children with disabilities and children from poor families; and also to provide supplies, food, clothes, medicine, and physical and mental care services to poor people; and 

  • To support and encourage local children from poor families to attend school; and to provide vocational, language and computer skills to youth who cannot afford to further their education.



  • To join the Government in contributing to social development in the areas of education related to expertise and life skills;

  • To contribute to health care in the area of well-being and nutrition by conducting promotion at the community level;

  • To join the Government in contributing to poverty reduction by providing health education to the community;

  • To equip pupils and students with expertise and English language proficiency needed for the workplace