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Field of Dreams

For years, people have been misquoting the famous Kevin Costner film, Field of Dreams, by saying, “If you build it, they will come.” (The actual quote is “If you build it, he will come.”) But I just can’t resist misquoting it again because it fits so perfectly with our newest education project in Cambodia!

As we have written previously in our blog, Cambodia’s history under the Khmer Rouge was a brutal one, decimating the country’s education system and throwing millions into abject poverty. After the regime was overturned, the school system in Cambodia had to be rebuilt almost from scratch, and countless people grew up illiterate. Read more.

More Favorite Moments From Our Education Program in 2016

Join us as we share more of our favorite moments from our Education programs in 2016!

Gansu province is known for being quite windy in the spring time. Well the students at our Believe in Me orphanage school in Lanzhou were quite happy with this wind as it meant they had the chance to get outside to fly some kites. Read more.

Favorite Moments from Our Education Programs in 2016

January is the perfect time to reflect upon the year that just ended. Last week we featured a look back at our Medical program’s highlights, and this week we will be focusing on some of our favorite moments from our Education programs in 2016!

In 2016, our Education program truly evolved. Read more.

A Look Back: Final Medical Program Highlights for 2016

As we bring you highlights from the final months of 2016, we want you to know that your love and support has made it possible for children in three different countries to feel better, smile more, and dare to hope for their futures.


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The Spirit of Santa Comes to Believe in Me Huainan

The spirit of Santa was present at our Believe in Me orphanage school in Huainan this past week, as everyone enjoyed a festive holiday party. Many of the children dressed up as Santa and elves, and smiles abounded! Read more.

#ShareTheLove Photo Album

Share the Love this holiday season! As 2016 comes to a close, we invite you to share a photo of your family with the hashtag #ShareTheLove.

Send it to us via a direct message on Facebook or Twitter, post to our Facebook wall, or email it to [email protected], and we’ll add your family to our #ShareTheLove 2016 photo album on Facebook. Read more.

Tulip

Meet Tulip, a darling five-year old girl in our Believe in Me orphanage school in Huainan who is waiting for a forever family of her own.

As a baby, Tulip was supported by the LWB nutrition program, and so we’ve been able to watch this sweet girl as she’s grown over the years. Read more.

Singing Their Praises

Time really flies! The first school term has ended at our Believe in Me school – Kabale, run in partnership with Childcare Uganda, and this past week, some of the children received awards. We feel a bit like proud parents, so please allow us to sing the praises of some of these wonderful kids.

Little Randi won an award for being one of the smartest in school. Randi, who is nearly four years old, is one of the orphaned children in the village. Read more.

Waiting Girls of 2016

Both November and National Adoption Month are now over and the crazy month of December has arrived. But the end of 2016 makes us even more determined to feature some beautiful waiting girls in our programs in the hope that their forever families see their photos and fall head over heels in love!

niamh-9-16Niamh, 11 years old (Dingyuan foster care) — $10,000 Older Child Grant from Reece’s Rainbow grant available

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Pitching In, Working Together

Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. ~Helen Keller

Construction of our newest Believe in Me School at Sokhem village, Cambodia is in progress. This project is truly a team effort – from our sponsors supporting the project to the children who will be attending school!

sokehm-carrying-rock

Last week, the truck bringing rocks for the floor of the school couldn’t reach the construction site due to rain and mud, so the rocks had to be dumped about 20 minutes from the school’s location. The children didn’t want their new school to be delayed, so they decided to bring the rocks to the school themselves. Read more.

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