April 17, 2017
Sonia lived a happy life with her husband and their four children. When she learned she was pregnant again, she was thrilled. But her joy quickly turned to sadness when her husband died of AIDS. "After he died, my son kept asking, 'Where's daddy? And I just couldn't tell him." After the funeral, Sonia and her children stayed with her husband's family. Forced to sleep outside with no mosquito nets, Sonia got malaria. "I felt like I was going to die, too. I thought, 'What will happen to my children?' They would have no father or mother. That thought kept me alive. Her husband's family forced...Read more
April 06, 2017
Hai knows hunger. He grew up without a father, and his mother struggled to support her four children. Hai remembers the family being evicted from their single room apartment for failure to pay rent. For a time, the children slept in the stairwell of a bank because they had nowhere else to go. The children would take turns staying up all night as a lookout to protect their siblings as they slept. Sleep was hard to come by in the cold, uncomfortable stairwell, and peace was a dream that didn't seem possible. During those days, Hai remembers walking the streets and smelling the wonderful food...Read more
March 28, 2017
HOPE FOR CABAGRA by Orphan's Promise on ExposureRead more
March 25, 2017
Vietnam by Orphan's Promise on ExposureRead more
March 16, 2017
The difficulty of losing a parent is surely at the heart of Munkhbat’s personal problems.When he was just 2 years old his father left his family of 6 - his mother, older brother and sister as well as 2 younger siblings.It was a house full, and without a father it was a tremendous burden for his mother to care for all of them. So in Munkhbat’s own words he tells us, “My life was terrible from as early as I can remember.” Now at age 18, he does not blame his mother because he recognizes that she dedicated her life to raising her children. She tried but there was just never enough because her...Read more
March 14, 2017
15 year old, Vi, was born deaf although it was a couple of years before her family knew it. She was later abandoned by her parents. She hasn’t seen her mother for years. Her father visits once a year at Tet Holiday. Vi grew up unable to communicate with others – living not only in a lonely world of silence but also of anger and guilt. Anger – because she was mentally normal but unable to communicate well with others. Guilt – because she was the reason, or so she thought, that her parents divorced. Thank God for grandparents! Vi’s Grandparents are simple farmers making only $600 per year, but...Read more
March 10, 2017
Khwai is a village in Botswana of around 700 people. The village has a large population of teen moms who are struggling to raise their babies in the village. Because of their struggles, the teen moms often do not keep their babies and instead send them into the city of Maun to be cared for by others – sometimes grandmothers or sometimes friends that are willing to receive their child. On a recent trip to Botswana, our training team became acquainted with the unique needs in the village of Khwai, and wanted to provide assistance to see that things could change for the better. Our team is...Read more
February 21, 2017
More than 80 orphans from Ukraine were warmed up and surrounded by love thanks to our incredible Orphan's Promise partners. Ukraine is experiencing its coldest winter in 15 years, and the ground near Mariupol trembles from explosions of the cruel war. The orphaned teenagers from “Pilgrim Republic” felt warmth in both their bodies and souls, having received really nice winter jackets from America. Thanks to this incredible gift, the children realize they are not alone and that their Heavenly Father takes a good care of them through His church. Mariupol Charity Fund "Pilgrim" is implementing...Read more
February 21, 2017
This winter has been one of the coldest in Ukraine in the last 20 years, making it difficult for Roma families to survive the frigid temperatures. These families struggle to put food on the table, so buying firewood to keep them warm is a luxury most can only dream about. Thanks to Orphan’s Promise, this dream has become a reality for 12 Roma families who were gifted with loads of firewood for the winter. One of the families who received firewood is especially needy. The husband, Viragi, is handicapped and unable to work. He and his wife have two sons, and only survive with the help of his...Read more
February 21, 2017
Orphan’s Promise is privileged to partner with professional trainers around the globe, who are providing knowledge and training in best practices for working with orphans and vulnerable children. For several years, we have been partnering with Loom International, whose gifted staff of professionals provides intensive workshops for those who are on the front lines working with at risk youth. In partnering with Loom, we are helping to change the way children are being cared for around the world. This recent bit of news from a recent team training illustrates just how important it is to train...Read more


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