New Advancing Life Partnership Now Helping to Feed Families in the Philippines

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The ASEA Advancing Life Foundation has joined with the Rise and Rebuild Foundation to help provide nutritious daily meals to families in the Philippines. Donated funds will support local efforts to provide fresh fruits and vegetables with training on how to cultivate a garden and prepare nutritious meals. Sustainable Nutrition in Three Parts Advancing Life […]

Donations from ASEA European Conference Provide Permanent Drinking Water to Cambodian Villages

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A United Associate Force at the 2020 European Conference While gathered in Lyon for ASEA 2020 European Conference & Envision earlier this year, ASEA Europe associates united as a force for good: Attendees supported one another in the pursuit of their individual goals while also combining efforts to bring critical resources to villages in Cambodia. […]

Advancing Life Aids in the Worldwide Fight Against COVID-19

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As people worldwide take precautions during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the swift actions taken by many have provided critical help to those infected with the virus. From healthcare and other essential workers to local law enforcement and service organizations, humanity is uniting globally. The ASEA Advancing Life Foundation made sure to join the fight against […]

Thailand ICAC Center Rescues More Than 100 Children

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Since Advancing Life Foundation covered the operational costs for the Thailand center for Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) early last year,  law enforcement has utilized funds and coordinated the rescue of 117 children from sex trafficking over the course of 2019, with 119 criminal arrests made.  One particular child would not have received help without […]

Thirty Cambodian Children Freed From Slave Labor

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In the Siem Reap area of Cambodia, money is sparse and labor is cheap. These conditions work against the economy and have even led to children being pulled into the labor force. At a local brick factory in the region, children had been forced into grueling work for long hours to pay off their family’s […]

Wells in Cambodia

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In the Pouk District of Cambodia, outside of Siem Reap, over 7,000 people live and work in less-than-favorable conditions. Despite a rich heritage and beautiful culture, the people in this region are suffering from extreme poverty and, as a result, do not have the resources or the knowledge for how to access clean water. Due […]