Operation Hope Foundation (OHF) has been a registered charity in Singapore since 2001 with unique organizational aims. Rather than donating money to third parties in impoverished countries, OHF set up its entities in various countries to build, manage and own its facilities. In this way, accountability and soft skills can be implemented in a structured and disciplined manner.
There are many children in Cambodia who suffer from never-ending generational cycle of poverty. One of OHF's key projects is ‘Hope Village Prey Veng’ which has been running since 2003. It is currently home to over 100 children who are either abandoned, orphaned, or struggled in single-parent families.
At Hope Village, OHF encourages learning life skills so that they can grow up independent with the correct skills to navigate through life and break the poverty cycle. Aside from basic needs such as food, education and shelter, children's health and well-being are also at the top of their priority.
In support of this program, Nano Singapore donated over 300 bottles of vitamin supplements to promote every child’s health, growth and immunity.