Feed My Lambs Cambodia is a registered charity in the U.K. and an NGO in Cambodia. Its founders and directors, John and Ann Turner from Northern Ireland, have been in Phnom Penh since March 2007. They have dedicated their lives to helping the poor and disadvantaged children of the city. Their work includes a free daycare center for special babies, Little Lambs Daycare, and a Slum Village Feeding Programme. In this programme they provide free meals of rice, vegetables, egg, pork and soup for children and babies in some of the worst slum villages in the city.
Joma heard of this work and made contact with them with a view to assisting and contributing towards their Slum Village Feeding Programme. Subsequently, Joma have become a very significant and welcome part to the program. Joma donates wholesome, delicious and nutritious bread which is distributed free in the slums by Feed My Lambs Cambodia.
As a result, women who are expecting, new mothers, babies and children all are receiving high quality nutrition and, given the general poor diet in such villages, the partnership of Joma and Feed My Lambs Cambodia have transformed the health and lives of thousands of babies and children over the years. Thank you, Joma.