Well, I am packing and reflecting on this amazing experience in Cambodia. My flight leaves about 11 tonight.
At the moment, my brain is still pretty scrambled, and I know it will take some time to sort it out. Maybe on the way home? Uh…no, I think I’ll sleep on the way home. But I’ll be sharing the overall perspective and lessons observed and hopefully learned as they become available.
This morning I had the pleasure of doing my “happy” gift buying at Daughters of Cambodia, a wonderful sister ministry. Daughters’ employees are young women who were formerly in the sex trade with no other way of surviving financially. Daughters has created successful entrepreneurial businesses – jewelry manufacturing, clothing/accessory sewing factory, a cafe, an amazing bakery. These businesses are legitimate, self-supporting businesses. The young women are paid fair wages, and the business model stands up to ethical standards in the…
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