Just 10 km away from the crowded Siem Reap, Cambodia- a famous tourist spot where seated the magnificent Angkorwat, there are still many people suffering every day in Kro Bei Riel Village. The citizens in this remoted area don’t have access to enough clean water, which makes their lives become extremely difficult and even dangerous. They stand high chances of suffering from many serious diseases caused by toxic substances in unfiltered water. The children must be the one who are most likely to be endangered by inadequate access to clean water everyday since their immune systems have not fully developed yet. Besides having difficulties with water, children in this area tend to be malnutritioned due to parents’ unawareness and financial hardships. Being aware of this situation Southeast Asian Service Leadership Network, a big service organization founded at Stanford university with an aim to contribute to the community, has started the Project Cambodia 2017 with the theme “Fosstering Healthy Life”. During this project, we will come to the village to assist people and give them tools to filtered their water sources for daily chores. We will also work with villagers and organize classes on nutrition and the importance of adequate nutrition so that they can be more aware about their health. We really need your help to make this happen, we are doing this fundraise for the project so that we can come and even save many children’s lives who are on the brink of suffering from serious health problems. Please open up your heart , every effort counts. Together we can change many things and save many lives of the future of the country, of the world.