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Originally from New Zealand, Adam Hutchinson and his wife Colleen have lived and served in Cambodia for ten of the last 14 years. For the past six years, as director of Prison Fellowship Cambodia, Hutchinson has worked with prisoners and their families, but over the course of his career he has also served a range of needy populations, including children from dysfunctional families, refugees and new immigrants, the mentally unwell, intellectually disabled, homeless, and addicted. His wife, a highly experienced nurse practitioner and manager, has also worked with a similarly wide range of beneficiaries. Their vision as a family is to see Christian communities empowered to impact positively their wider communities, especially those considered to be the lowest in society.