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3 Jun 2017

The Children of Cambodia

2017-07-03T16:23:14+00:00 June 3rd, 2017|

PRESERVING THE PRECIOUS SCENT FROM POURING INTO THE GROUND James Saan (in the Tuk Tuk above, with some of the children) is supported by Partners in Hope to serve children and poor families in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  This young man is remarkable!  Giving himself continually for those that few others care about.  James and volunteer friends along with you and other partners in Hope are changing a community, therefore a city and a country. As a Partner you have a part in children's camps, clean water for communities, medical care of children and constant encouragement and hope to the

21 Apr 2017

Alenah’s Home – China

2017-07-03T17:45:20+00:00 April 21st, 2017|

GOOD THINGS HAPPENING AT ALENAH’S HOME IN BEIJING Alenah’s Home, our CHI Partners' foster care center for special needs children, was established in Beijing in 2004 to help orphans from orphanages receive medical care and rehab training.  Over 100 children were fostered between 2004-2015 and 50 of them have been adopted.  44 children lived at Alenah’s Home in 2016. Who we help:  Orphans coming to Beijing for surgeries and needing long term foster care and rehabilitation. Service includes: Long-term foster care, education, special rehabilitation and love for special needs. The average number of children staying at the home at one time is around

24 Mar 2017

Four Sisters’ Home of Love – China

2017-07-03T17:43:27+00:00 March 24th, 2017|

  THE FOUR SISTERS' HOME OF LOVE I have rarely ever been moved as much as my visit to the Home of Love in a small city in China called Ping Ding Shan in Henan Province.  We had traveled by car about two hours from the provincial capital of Zhengzhou and finally found our way through the narrow and winding streets to the little dusty brick building you see in the pictures below.  There we met the four biological sisters who have pooled their meager funds to rent a place to care for children abandoned by their parents, mostly because