Management Team and Staff took COVID-19 very seriously and began to discuss and analyze the situation. From those affected by COVID-19 to alternative ways to make sure MRO services were kept alive and continued to benefit Boundary Partners, especially Orphan and Vulnerable Children. Since MRO is a partnership organization, we …Read More »
Welcome, Supporters of M’lup Russey!
M’lup Russey is a Christian, non-governmental local organization in Cambodia. M’lup Russey understands that all children and youth grow up and develop in all areas of life- physically, mentally, emotionally and experimentally- when they receive individualized care as part of a family they call their own. Communities have an important role to play in encouraging, supporting and guiding individual families so that they know how to care for all their members, especially children. M’lup Russey strongly believes in partnering with the government, NGOs and communities. We believe that the good support, work and cooperation by government institutions, including line ministries, and the technical help and support from various non-governmental organizations (such as M’lup Russey) helps the communities more feasibly attain results towards fulfilling their own responsibilities.
What is your definition of life? Various people have given the definition of life: Life is a struggle. Life is learning. Life is communication Life is a busy world. You may have seen different lifestyles in different cultures and situations so maybe you can help me to define the life …Read More »
This article comes from Gillian, MRO’s Battambang Team Advisor, as she shares her first hand experience working with the Social Work Team and Emergency Foster Care Visits. Arriving at work on a Monday you never quite know what the week will look like. This week, it starts with a question …Read More »
This article comes from Gillian, MRO’s Battambang Team Advisor, shares her first hand experience working with Reintegration forms and Care Leavers. Today I am going to attend a ‘real practice for reintegration’. It is called a ‘real’ practice as it involves a real case, with real people, in a real …Read More »
The challenge with being a ‘back room’ girl is that it is easy to lose sight of the reason you are manipulating numbers, reading and editing a variety of documents, scratching your head over systems and processes, etc. etc. and whilst you know that you are working for a great …Read More »