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Healing Home Hero of the Week: Rambunctious Ruth

Last fall, the bright-eyed Ruth came to stay at our Anhui Healing Home, where her eager-to-learn personality quickly became apparent. Ruth was born with a cleft palate, for which she underwent a successful surgery in late November.

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Urgent Help Needed for Monica

Late last year, LWB welcomed 10-month-old baby Monica to our foster care program. This beautiful and tiny little girl quickly settled into family life outside the orphanage, playing peek-a-boo with her foster mom and drinking lots of bottles-on-demand. Late this spring, we learned from the foster family that Monica was having some vision issues. She […]

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Growing Together: Noah and the Believe In Me Sokhem School

Eight-year-old Noah has been a student at our Believe In Me Sokhem school for almost two years. We took this photo of Noah when we first met him. Although his smile was big and vibrant, his hair was blonde due to malnutrition.  Over 40% of children in Cambodia suffer chronic malnutrition so serious that stunting and health issues are quite common. Children’s naturally dark hair will often turn blonde due to lack of good nutrition in a condition called Kwashiorkor malnutrition.

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Back in 2016, a baby boy born with cleft lip and palate was found and taken to a nearby orphanage. They immediately called LWB to see if we could move him to one of our healing homes, and we then welcomed baby Lucas to our care.

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Meet Liv from LWB Foster Care

Baby Liv is from the beautiful province of Guizhou, a mountainous part of China which is home to many Miao and Dong ethnic minority groups. Born with the special need of albinism, an inherited condition which greatly reduces the amount of melanin produced in the skin, hair, and eyes, Liv was taken to live at […]

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Life Skills Camp 2018: Sponsors Needed

In just over six weeks, LWB will be hosting our third Life Skills Camp in Beijing for orphaned teens who are close to “aging out” of institutional care. Our one-week camp brings children together from orphanages around China for classes on important topics such as money management, personal safety, and adolescence, as well as daily field trips to famous landmarks like the Great Wall.

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Continuing To Care For Jackson

Five years ago, LWB was contacted about a six-month-old boy from a rural village in Guizhou who had been born with a congenital heart defect. His family was desperate to get help for their son, but they were only able to raise part of the cost of his surgery. (Read more in our 2013 blog, “A Father’s Plea for Help“). Thankfully, our Unity Initiative was there to help them with the remainder of the costs, and this boy named DaLang was able to get the care he needed.

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Catching Up with the Kids in Sanmenxia Foster Care

Foster care allows orphaned children to live in a family setting as opposed to institutional care. In our foster care program in Sanmenxia, Henan province, these children are integrated into the lives of the families they live with while they wait for permanent families of their own.

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Family Reunification in Uganda

Did you know that around the world, up to 90% of children living in orphanages have at least one known living parent or relative? The sad reality is that the majority of children living in institutional care have been relinquished due to immense poverty. Love Without Boundaries has always been fully committed to helping orphaned children. In countries where we work, like Cambodia and Uganda, many parents leave their children at orphanages in pure desperation from not being able to provide them with food or education.

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The Magic of Books

We are working to instill a love of reading into the children of Sokhem Village in Cambodia. Many of these children, who live in homes without electricity and water, have never experienced the magic that is found inside storybooks. Thanks to a kind supporter, we were able to build a free-standing building that will be used as a library and art center.

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