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Dreaming Big To Keep Families Together

This year, spring has brought several precious rural children into our care, and we would like to introduce two special children who recently received life-saving heart surgeries through our Unity Initiative. One of the goals of our Unity Initiative is to help prevent future abandonment by desperate families who have no way to provide the medical care their children need.

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Danna’s Big Dreams

Several weeks ago, we introduced our community to a remarkable and resilient young woman named Danna. When Danna was younger, she and her sister were forced to go to a shelter when their mom was unable to care for them, and it was at the shelter that Danna was able to attend school for the first time.  Her teachers soon realized that she was a natural learner and teacher.

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Dreaming Big With Julia

Sometimes you meet a child who has the ability to instantly touch the hearts of everyone she meets. Julia, from our Uganda foster care program, is one of these children. Charming Julia has cerebral palsy and a speech impairment. She lives with a large foster family who is extremely supportive of this beautiful little girl who was born with special needs.

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Reaching the Children Who Live in Hard Places

At LWB, we often work in regions that are challenging. Our projects in the border region of Cambodia are in an area known for trafficking, addiction, gambling, and crime. Children here are often afraid to trust…that they will be safe, that there will be food at home, that they will get a chance to go to school versus having to drop out to endure child labor.

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Dreaming Big for Tegan

Meet Tegan, a darling four-year-old from our Rangsei Believe In Me school who is in need of additional sponsors. Tegan attends school with her sister and brother and also has a baby brother who stays home with her mom. During our team’s recent visit to their region of rural Cambodia, we were able to chat with Tegan’s mom. She shared with us more about the daily hardships her family faces as well as their determination to keep their children in school.

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Dreaming Big for Danna

Today, we want to introduce you to a remarkable and resilient young lady who is in need of additional sponsors. Danna has overcome so many obstacles in her life, yet she remains committed to her education as well as helping others to learn.

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Dreaming Big for Sweet Melissa

Sweet Melissa is four years old and attends our Sibling School, a safe early childhood education center that serves the vulnerable children of Sokhem Village. Thanks to supporters of our Cambodian Education programs, her older sister has been attending our Sokhem Believe in Me School while Melissa has received nurturing care and quality nutrition at the Sibling School.

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A Beautiful Tapestry: The Cambodian Education Program

Bouncing along the dusty dirt road approaching the Believe In Me Sokhem school, I was full of excitement. I first visited LWB’s Education programs in Cambodia last November and was thrilled to be returning just six months later with LWB’s Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships Kelly Wolfe, full of anticipation about what I would find. And wow, what a difference six months can make!

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Sisters Sonia, Selena, and Sienna

Meet sisters Sonia, Sienna, and Selena! They are new to our Cambodia Foster Care Program. Sonia, age 7, is the oldest of the three sisters.

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Amazing Grace is Home

When we first learned that Grace’s abdomen was beginning to fill up again with tumors, we began a multi-month search for the best possible options for her. The prices we were given by hospitals in the US were staggering, and we had difficulty getting firm answers on her care. And then right when we started […]

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