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Stories Of The Heart: Clara

There’s a certain joy that comes when new Unity photos and referrals come in. Another chance for hope, another heart to be healed, another family that will remain together — as they always should be. This is especially true for little Clara.

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Four New Babies

It’s been a busy few weeks for babies! We recently welcomed four new little ones to our LWB program in China. Baby Hayes was the first to arrive. He was born with Down Syndrome this summer and found himself living at an orphanage not long after his birth. His orphanage asked if we could step in to give him extra nurturing to reach key milestones, so he joined our Xiaoxian On-Site Family Care program in mid-December.

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Four Children Waiting For Adoption

Just recently, our China staff visited an orphanage in Anhui and was able to visit with some children who were previously in our programs. We discovered that four of them have completed adoption files and wanted to share their names and photos to let people know that they are waiting to be chosen.

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Stories of the Heart: Warrior Cousins Bethany and Haley

When we turned down the road headed towards their home, they were waiting at the corner:  smiling, waving, flagging us down. Little Bethany was holding tight to both of their hands, her mama and baba. Before we were even out of the car, they were lifting her up and holding her out for us to see. “Look! Look! Look how much she’s grown! She’s so much stronger now! She can walk and run! She is getting into EVERYTHING!”

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Stories of the Heart: Taisley, Strong and Mighty

From the very first photos we received of Taisley her mischievous smiling eyes and little hands thrown up in her trademark peace signs, she captured all of our hearts. I read her story, how her family took her to the doctor over and over as she fought pneumonia time and time again. I heard the pain in their words as they wrote, “The doctors have said without surgery, her heart has no chance to heal.”

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“Let it Grow” at Sokhem Village

When LWB first began working in rural Sokhem Village, Cambodia in 2016, over 80% of the children there suffered from chronic malnutrition. Since that time, we’ve implemented an ongoing nutrition project to ensure that every child in the village who needs additional support can receive a healthy breakfast and lunch through our Believe in Me school program.

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A Healed Heart for Celine

Since her birth, Baby Celine had struggled with her health due to a lack of oxygen in her blood. She had been born with a complex hear defect which could not be repaired in her home country of Uganda, and we recently shared with you on our blog Celine’s Brave Fight that she would be traveling from Uganda to Israel for heart surgery.

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Waiting Children of 2019

Yesterday was the last day of National Adoption Month, a time to recognize adoptees and highlight children waiting for adoption. Today, we are featuring children we’ve had in our programs either now or in the past, in China and Uganda, who are currently waiting for permanent homes of their own.

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Stories of the Heart: Celine’s Brave Fight

They waved goodbye to their Ugandan home and boarded the plane, brave little Celine and her mama, and across the world they flew. Finally, a chance for healing for one broken little heart, and they took it with outstretched arms — nothing guaranteed, but with hope they flew. Celine’s brave mama knew beyond a shadow of a doubt: HOPE is worth the risk, worth the cost, and worth the time. She would do whatever she had to do to bring her baby girl hope, even if that meant leaving all she had known, her community and family back home, to go to Israel and enter a world unknown.

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Shopping Online? Help Kids At The Same Time!

The holidays are upon us, and many of us are beginning to seriously shop for gifts for loved ones, neighbors, teachers, and friends. Please remember that you can help children in need with just an extra click as you shop online through amazon.com. Love Without Boundaries is grateful to be a charity partner of amazon.com!

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