Healthcare and education have long been the hallmark of HOPE worldwide
outreach in Cambodia. The Sihanouk Hospital Center of HOPE (SHCH) was founded in 1996 to train medical professionals and to provide free, high-quality medical care for the poor and disadvantaged in Cambodia.
In 2007, the HOPE worldwide Medical Centers were developed as a social enterprise to meet the country’s need for access to quality, affordable primary health care. Proceeds from these medical centers help support and sustain the work of SHCH.
Other notable projects include Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital and the Goldstone School of HOPE worldwide.
For more information, kindly check: www.sihosp.org, www.hwwmedcenters.org, www.skmh.org and www.gshww.org.