We at Ambrosia Milk put the safety and well being of our donors and customers as our top priority. We work hard to set and monitor guidelines set in place to ensure that we are not taking milk out of the infant’s mouths. Prior to donation, we require the infants be at least 6 months old, which is the age provided by the World Health Organization to begin introducing alternative forms of nutrition to the infant.
We provide clean, safe facilities, and allow our donors to pump no more than twice a day, ensuring that they have enough milk to feed their young. We work hard to screen our donors and provide regular health checks to both our donors and their infants throughout their employment. We understand the importance of breast milk in an infant’s life and work hard to educate our donors on the importance of attending to the needs of their child first.
Providing women with the option to sell their excess breast milk has helped more than 90 families financially and provided a way for mothers to stay with their infants during critical period in their lives. We work to provide an alternative solution for providing for families to those women who are willing and able.
We value all of our donors and provide equal opportunity for all who qualify. We work hard to provide our donors with compensation that will make a difference to them and their families.
We believe in empowering the mothers of Cambodia with a way to make money while nurturing their families, as well as others, through the donation of their excess milk.
We value them, we support them, and we will continue to do so as long as we are able to continue.