Angkor Hospital for Children, Siem Reap, Cambodia,

Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) provides healthcare to children in Cambodia who otherwise would not be reached for vital medical care. Its founding principle is that every child has the right to a healthy and loving life. Since 1999, over 1,000,000 children have been treated by AHC and even more connected through its programs.
In 1996 Kenro Izu founded Non-profit organisation Friends Without A Border (FWAB). With the help of health care professionals, the art community, and more than 6,000 supporters worldwide, Angkor Hospital for Children then opened in 1999.
Since its opening, the hospital has expanded while remaining focused on providing quality health care in Cambodia. From opening an operating theatre in 2002, to being able to provide specialist heart surgery in 2008, AHC has achieved many milestones. Its Satellite Clinic, which opened in 2010, further broadened its outreach and in 2011 it marked its millionth outpatient treatment.