Who and what:

Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) is dedicated to improving the health of Cambodia's children by providing paediatric care free-of-charge. The dedicated staff of Cambodian doctors and nurses provides services for 300 to 500 babies and children per day and the hospital handles over 100,000 visits per year. AHC is training health care professionals from all over the country. 

The experience:

Those with a genuine interest in the hospital and its work can organise a tour of the hospital with a staff member. Drop in on the visitor centre complete with information and a documentary on child healthcare in Cambodia. Visitors may purchase postcards, books, T-shirts, and prints here. Donate blood.

From Hanuman:

Angkor Hospital for Children has been saving young lives for a number of years. Hanuman enjoys a close relationship with the hospital and was able to donate some equipment to the hospital through the generous support of the Tomb Raider production. We have also worked on several documentaries about the hospital's important work. It is a very worthwhile project to visit, particularly for healthcare professionals.