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Books to Huainan

As schools throughout the United States shift to remote learning in the wake of COVID-19, teachers and parents have had to find creative ways to engage and educate school children who can no longer be in the classroom. It has been no different for the nannies and caregivers in the Huainan orphanage.

Since the children could not return to school after the winter break, their caregivers have been working hard to provide different learning opportunities within the orphanage. In late February, we were asked if we could help purchase an assortment of activity books to help create more variety and stimulation. Of course, we said yes, and the children were so excited when the books arrived.

Kids like Shirley couldn’t wait to explore their new reading materials!

While we do not know when the children in our Orphaned Student Support program will be able to return to their schools, we are working with their caregivers to continue to find ways to bring learning to them within the orphanage.

LWB remains committed to serving the children in our programs even under challenging circumstances, and we’re thankful that the support of kind donors has allowed LWB to help these students stay engaged and busy!

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  • Sarah Mohler says:

    What a great bunch of readers! Thanks so much for the update!

  • LWB says:

    Yes, that is Klodia! We sure hope this is the year she finds a permanent family of her own.

  • Joel says:

    It’s wonderful seeing the children excited to get their new books. It’s great to see them wanting to learn. One of the girls in a couple of the photos looks so familiar. Could that by any chance be Klodia, who is listed at Madison Adoption Associates?

  • Joel says:

    It’s so wonderful to see the children enjoying their new books and wanting to learn. One of the girls that appears in a couple of the photos looks so familiar. Could that one girl by any chance be Klodia, who is listed at Madison Adoption Associates?

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