Paul often works with the Elton John AIDS foundation to create some of the most successful and exciting charity fundraising events in the UK – mostly supporting vulnerable families living with HIV, in this case in Cambodia.
While it often is very satisfying work for Paul, he felt he needed to see exactly where the money was going. Eager to get his hands dirty, he wanted to find out if he could help on the ground – for a more hands-on approach.
So Paul decided to head to Cambodia on one of our building projects dedicated to vulnerable families such as people living with HIV (including single-parent families as well as orphans).
In the bustling city of Phnom Penh, thousands of people live in illegal slums and many are affected by HIV.
Life in Phnom Penh’s slums: extreme poverty in Cambodia
Coming to visit the Pen Venh family, whose home is perched over an open sewer. The family …