"Cambodian Harvest:
Reverse The Curse Of Landmines"
at Harvest City Church, Hamilton
15th August 2012

Marion Fromm
Marion Fromm is a woman on a mission to bring about change and healing to landmine survivors in Cambodia. While visiting Cambodia in 1997, Marion saw many landmine disabled people begging, hungry, with no social service or way of earning an income. Marion returned to Cambodia in 2004 to establish her vision of a factory to employ landmine disabled people. She is giving them new hope for their future, job security, and enabling them to provide for the needs of their families and educate their children.
A church for the workers and their families meets in the factory, and Marion has been the pastor for seven years.

Cambodian Harvest Dried Fruit Factory
The factory manufactures products from locally grown fruit. These products include GlacÚ Fruit made from mango, paw-paw, pineapple and ginger, and a range of jams and pickles.
28 landmine survivors are employed, and the seven non-disabled staff are driver, salespeople, and housekeeper. Cambodian Harvest plans to employ 100 landmine disabled staff in a specially equipped factory. A farm has been bought for this purpose, and a new factory is expected to be built in the next 2 years.




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