Why Orphan Homes?
Orphan homes are small, intimate homes that house eight to twelve children. Children placed in orphan homes are loved and nurtured by a married couple who serve as house parents. Placement at an orphan home allows children to avoid the overcrowded environments of large orphanages where it is difficult for children to receive the nurture and care needed to ensure a healthy well-being.
Facilities That Make Holistic Care Possible
Security Walls and Fences
In order to keep children safe and secure, we sponsor projects that ensure security walls and fences are built around our orphan homes.
Kitchens and Dining Halls
Feeding a large group of children and caretakers is a major job. Most of our indigenous partners currently prepare meals in small, makeshift, outdoor kitchens. In these facilities, there are limits to the amount of food that can be prepared and sanitation can become a concern. So, we sponsor projects to build kitchens and dining halls that ensure children eat in a clean and safe environment.