Health Emergency Responses Project

Mengly J. Quach Foundation started the first health emergency response project on January 10, 2012. This project aims to help promote a healthy lifestyle in some communities across Cambodia. Mengly J. Quach Foundation has been working to integrate health initiatives to ensure that the poorest students, women, the elderly, orphans and the most vulnerable receive access to better medical care and health care. Until now, Mengly J. Quach Foundation responded to the health emergency by providing support to the treatment of more than 250 patients, including breast cancer patients, heart patients, gonorrhea patients, gynecologists, and traffic accidents.

More remarkably, while receiving the tragic news of the collapse of a building in Sihanoukville in June 2019, the Mengly J. Quach Foundation donated $ 10,000, through the Cabinet Office of the Council of Ministers, to the families of the 28 victims. On the afternoon of January 17, 2020, Mengly J. Quach Foundation donated $ 10,000 to help the families of the victims of the tragic building collapse in Kep province on January 3, 2020. It should be reminded that the victims who were rescued from the rubble of the collapsed building were a total of 59 people (22 females), of which 36 were killed (14 females). Among these victims, there were 6 children (2 girls) and 23 people were injured (8 girls). In addition, every month, the Mengly J. Quach Foundation donated $ 2,000 per month, for a total of $ 24,000, to an ambulance team stationed on National Road 4 to facilitate the unit’s daily living and expenses.