Villagers have Received
LOHI's main campus is located in one of the larger cities of Cambodia and can facilitate up to 2,000 students per semester.
LOHI serves and Empowers 12 Cambodian provinces by providing life sustaining Public Health Initiatives and Education to children and local villagers.
Children and villagers learn the best practices to avoid trafficking situations and receive a comprehensive notebook.
Our outreaches allow us to identify children who are most at risk. We provide a safe place to stay, education, meals, and basic hygiene needs.
Deep in the Cambodian villages, environmental conditions are limiting crop production. LOHI shares best farming practices to help maintain food supply.
Generations remain effected by the trauma of the genocide that took place in the 1970's. LOHI provides emotional support to those in need.
Music, dancing, face painting, balloons, and goodie bags are just a part of the fun we offer at our Stateside Safety Parties!
The BB mission officially began in 2019 as a way to engage with the at risk population and build relationships with other nonprofits in WNC so that we could better see where to serve. Where BB's have been focused around the needs of the homeless, we have seen a need to shift our focus to children who are at a higher risk of abuse and exploitation.
Plans are drawn up and we are on a mission to reach those in WNC who are facing insecurities related to health, food, or housing. Why? Abusers and traffickers tend to target those who are experiencing hardships such as these. We need your support to help turn this vision into a reality! Happen to have an extra EMS vehicle? Get in touch.
For the past 3 years, LOHI has celebrated freedom from mistreatment with a survivor of trafficking or abuse. This Scholarship is intended to help Elevate and Empower the survivor on their journey of healing.
The First Annual Anti Trafficking Summit took place in 2019 and thanks to partners like Life107 and MHU this event has continued every year since.