Myanmar Orphanage Updates


Myanmar Orphanage Updates



Since 2015, we have sponsored and built two orphanages in Myanmar, with approximately 90 children in each orphanage. We continue to support these orphanages every year as it is a project close to our hearts.

We are very pleased to report that thanks to the community’s generosity, the orphanage has been able to construct another building for the kids. When this building is completed it will be used for sleeping quarters as well as a school. Below are photos of this project as well as some photos of children learning in the first building that was constructed a couple of years ago. We sincerely hope you enjoy these photos.


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I started the boys in 2005 to train Arakan to learn about self defence because no mother would like to see her sons bullied. 

Maddy, Mother of Diego and Thibault



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