NCF COVID-19 aid to Cambodia


NCF COVID-19 aid to Cambodia 

With ONE-2-ONE, emergency aid to craniofacial families

In late May, the Noordhoof Craniofacial Foundation (NCF) donated food and personal protective equipment (PPE) through One-2-One Charitable Trust, supporting local cleft families and healthcare workers to combat the COVID-19 pandemic surge in Cambodia. Food package, including rice, noodles, and canned foods helps 500 households of not only low-income families but families lost their jobs during outbreaks. 

Ms. Khourn Samorn is a 39-year-old mother and has 3 children. She works in a factory and her husband is a driver. Her family almost lost all its revenue during the pandemic because of factory closure and the lockdown measure. Ms. Samorn said the NCF food donation is a lifesaver for her whole family. Ms. Samorn's youngest daughter has cleft lip and palate and received successful surgeries from NCF's sponsorship. 

NCF COVID-19 aid to CambodiaNCF COVID-19 aid to Cambodia

NCF is a nongovernmental organization set up in 1989 to provide comprehensive care for patients with cleft lip, cleft palate, and other craniofacial deformities. Based in Taiwan, NCF has cooperated with hospitals in more than 20 countries to establish medical missions, medical personnel training, and craniofacial centers. In 2020, more than 2,800 children have been treated in Cambodia with NCF projects.


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