Articles tagged with: Orphanage

What We've Done - Home for Children Rescued in Burundi - Bujumbura, Burundi

on Tuesday, 19 June 2012. Posted in Completed Projects, Burundi, Extreme Poverty, Homelessness, Orphans, War and Conflict

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City: Bujumbura, Burundi
Project: Childrens Home
Partner: Children Rescued in Burundi (C.R.I.B.)
Number of Children: 48

C.R.I.B was founded in 1993 by Christine Chapman, a registered nurse and midwife from Great Britain. She originally went to Burundi to establish a maternity clinic and dispensary. After three years, war broke out, and Chrissy started collecting babies that had been left to die on garbage heaps. C.R.I.B. now cares for 48 children in their own facility which includes a school, and a secondary school run out of rented premises.

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Field Partners - Heroes of the Nation - Nyahururu, Kenya

on Monday, 18 June 2012. Posted in Current Projects, Field Partners, Projects, HIV/AIDs & other diseases, Extreme Poverty, Homelessness, Infrastructure, Orphans, Kenya

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Heroes of the Nation, through its “Village Concept” is developing its orphanages with “home-based” care programs that help to prevent the disruption of the family unit that is essential to Kenyan life.  The “Village Concept”, as part of the health-care program, includes the development of resource centers in rural areas that contain videos and information about the AIDS virus and its prevention.  HOTN believes that education leads to hope, and hope leads to action.

The Heroes of the Nation School, has been operational since 2002 and currently has 534 students in primary and high school. This element of the project is very important to the development of the community for the following reasons:

The children of the community attend HOTN for schooling for the following reasons:
i)    the standard of education is very high;
ii)   there is a boarding school available because it is too far to travel daily;
iii)  it is the only boarding school in a 10 km radius;
iv)  the children are fed a nutritious diet enabling them to concentrate;
v)   the location of the school is a long way from bad influences eg. drugs/alcohol, etcetera;
vi)  the school is needed because nearest town is 7 km away.

Current Project - Rancho San Juan Bosco - Orphanage - Tecate, Mexico

on Thursday, 15 August 2013. Posted in Current Projects, Orphanages - Childrens Homes - Rescue Centres, Mexico, Homelessness, Orphans

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City: Tecate, Mexico
Project:  Orphanage
Partner: Rancho San Juan Bosco
Number of Children: 35

Description: RSJB was established for boys only and at this time can accommodate up to 40 children ranging in age from 4 to 17. Expansion plans are underway to increase their capacity to 80 children including infants. They have also just opened a medical clinic to treat the boys as well as surrounding neighbors. RSJB rehabilitates street children and attempts to reunite them with any existing family or a new family. The main goal is to provide Christ-centered stability in the lives of children by teaching them about the love of a heavenly father who will never abandon them. The orphanage is not supported by the Mexican government and is not affiliated with any national denomination or church group. They are completely dependent upon the generosity of others, both locally and in other countries.

 

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Current Project - Children Rescued in Burundi - Bujumbura, Burundi

on Tuesday, 19 June 2012. Posted in Current Projects, Burundi, Orphanages - Childrens Homes - Rescue Centres, Sponsor A Child, Extreme Poverty, Homelessness, Orphans, War and Conflict

Burundi Be A HERO 1

City: Bujumbura, Burundi
Project: Orphanage
Partner: Children Rescued in Burundi (C.R.I.B.)
Number of Children: 48

C.R.I.B was founded in 1993 by Christine Chapman, a registered nurse and midwife from Great Britain. She originally went to Burundi to establish a maternity clinic and dispensary. After three years, war broke out, and Chrissy started collecting babies that had been left to die on garbage heaps. C.R.I.B. now cares for 48 children in their own facility which includes a school, and a secondary school run out of rented premises.

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