What’s one word that you would use to describe the women in the Imprint Project?
“I would use the word “growing” because I see them growing from a girl who is young, immature, and know nothing about the sewing skill and now they are mature and care about their future and family.”
–Seiha, CGI Co-Director of Phnom Penh Operations
A term rarely used or even thought about when someone’s life has been placed in a horrible situation. The only thought that may run through their mind is: “doing what I have to do to survive and provide”. We have recognized that women in Cambodia don’t have many opportunities to grow in a certain skill that can raise them above poverty. This is why we chose to create the Imprint Project.
With their experience in the Imprint project, our goal is to provide:
teaching practical habits for a healthy lifestyle and vital skills for generating a stable income.
social worker stays involved with each student as well as the student’s entire family
Spiritual formation and Bible studies are an integral part
“When they first started the project a year ago they were girls, now they have matured in many ways and are becoming adults.”
–Alan, CGI Cambodia
Stay tuned for an update on the next incoming class! We are excited to share their stories with you.