Andrew Martin runs the outreach to the city dump where many poor people live. He explains that the children who live there can attend school for free, but they need to buy their own uniforms and bribe the teachers to pass the exams.
A Drop of Water is an emotional portrait of modern day Cambodia. Besides still feeling the effects of Pol Pot’s genocide, Cambodia is stifled by starvation, demands by corrupt government officials for constant bribes and an booming population of orphans. The film chronicles the efforts of 3 Christian organizations that are helping to train a new generation of leaders to rescue a broken society.
A Drop of Water is an official selection for the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival 2013
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