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John and Jean Lyman of Los Alamos figured they have a good life. So when the opportunity arouse to do humanitarian work in Phonom Penh, Cambodia, through their church, Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Lymans raised their hands to volunteer.
The Los Alamos residents spent 21 months in the country. While the LDS church has journeyed to Mongolia, Myanmar, Laos, China and other countries, Cambodia is the only country that receives assistance in all five major humanitarian areas offered through the church. These areas include wheelchair distribution, vision training, neo-natal resuscitation, clean water and family food production.
Disaster relief is also given.
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