Hun Dalin comes from a poor farming family in the Keo Sovan Krom village of Cambodia. He misses out on most of his 4th grade studies while selling snacks door to door with his mother to help make ends meet. After becoming sick with infected blisters around his body Hun could no longer sleep properly nor help his parents or sister. Huns parents took him to the local provincial hospital but there was no result.
When his parents heard about the Hand of Hope health center treating patients at no cost, they sent Hun on the 40 km journey to the hospital. There Hun was treated by a doctor and given a prescription free of charge. His parents have expressed their thanks and gratefulness not only to the health center staff, but also to the donors who support this outreach to the Cambodian people through the love of Jesus Christ.
Hand of Hope is the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Our goal is simply to help as many hurting people as we possibly can, to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith.