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Pinkeo survived polio as a child but was never been able to walk or attend school. Living with her sister’s family, Pinkeo longed to do something to help support the family. Discover what two items CBN gave her that made her dream a reality.
Even though Channa and his wife are both disabled, they have always reached out to others in need. But a limited water supply means they can no longer grow enough food to feed even their own family. Discover what changed so they can now bless ...
Although Gosy was disabled with polio, he worked two jobs while his wife worked as a weaver to try to make ends meet. Then his wife became seriously ill and their finances were wiped out. How would they be able to survive?
Gordon Robertson showcases the award-winning efforts of CBN Laos to bring clean water and basic sanitation to remote villages in their region.
Gillian Chong, the director of CBN in Laos, receives the Medal of Labor award for her work to improve healthcare in Laos.
Former Soldier Jailed for Christian Witness
Angus Bouchan was imprisoned for his Christian witness in the communist nation of Laos, but what he wanted more than anything else, was to read the Scriptures.
After contracting leprosy at age 14, Sii was abandoned by his parents and spent the next ten years living alone in a rundown shack. Learn how a few simple things made a huge difference in Sii’s life.
Toon’s cleft lip and palate caused her to choke and she couldn’t eat. Barely able to survive - see how God used you to bless her - not just once, but twice.
Dangerous Water Ahead
CBN helped a woman with parasites by giving her free medication.
Once CBN found out about Phonenimith’s worsening condition, they paid for his medicine. Then they dug a well and provided free heath training to his village.
Peng Ma of Laos is a strong man whose family depends on him, but blinding headaches took a toll on his body. An Operation Blessing medical team was his only solution.
Bounta’s mother couldn’t afford to treat a serious eye infection in her daughter’s eyes. Operation Blessing came to their village and paid for medicine.
After watching CBN cartoons, a young teen's behavior dramatically changes.
Hard-working Yumey earned a dollar each day. She relied on neighbor's left-overs to feed herself and daughter. Then CBN Partners came and changed their lives completely!
Mong’s husband died, leaving her to fend for herself and her children. They were so poor, Mong would gather ant larvae to feed her children.
Tha's 13-year-old son, Tam contracted a deadly liver parasite. With no resources and no where to turn, you became her only hope.