As scheduled, we were at Hien’s house at 11am to visit and have an update about Hien’s progress at school as well as her granny and her mother’s health situation. The visit went very well and Hien proudly showed us her school results and her merit certificates.
We felt so happy that Hien’s mother’s condition was a bit better compared to her condition on our last visit. Thanks to the medical support from CEF, the pain from her chronic stomach-ache and ovarian cancer was much relieved.
What made us surprised and touched was the kindness and sincerity of Hien’s family. As our visit to them was near lunchtime, they were afraid that we would be hungry, so they had silently prepared lunch for 3 of us.
Even though we were offered lunch with Hien’s family we had to say ‘”sorry” and follow our plan to see some more children. The heartfelt goodness of Hien’s family made our long day’s work feel lighter as our hearts were warmed.