Sabita was born in 2006. She is 10 years old and was born into a very poor family. Her father, Kita, died shortly after her birth. Her mother remarried and left her daughter to live with her new husband. Sabita was in the home alone with nothing for upbringings. Her older brother Gaji brought her to the local home since he cannot afford to support her. She now receives an education and stable life. She is very happy to be at the home.
Subhadra’s parents were very poor, living on what they could. They earned their funds via daily wage jobs and built a small thatch hut. They were believers. During the 2008 persecution, villagers came and drove them away and burnt their house to the ground. Subhadra’s dad agonized so much over this that he died. Subhadra’s mother was left alone with five children. She could not care for them. A local pastor brought Subhadra to the local home where she is able to receive love and care.
Raja and Didwm are brothers. Their father goes out to railway stations to work as a porter. Sometimes, he also loads and unloads vehicles to support the family. He wants his children to go to school, but because of poverty, he could not send any of his children to school. The local churches requested that the boys be allowed to come and live in a children home. There they are loved and cared for, their needs are met, they go to school, and they hear daily about Jesus. The parents, who were idol worshipers, have since become Christians due to the love and care given to their sons by the leaders and staff at the home.
Sajid is approximately 10 years old as of the year 2017. There is no history for his parents. He was found by the local Police working as a child laborer at a tea shop in the area. The Children Welfare Services brought him to the local home in 2016. Sajid has a speech impediment and cannot communicate well. The police named him, as he did not have one to tell. Since coming to the home, Sajid is very joyful, sharp in his learning, and likes to help around the home. He has many friends at the home.
Simran and her brother come from a very broken family. Their dad is an alcoholic and would often beat his wife and kids. Once his wife suffered a severe head injury due to one such beating. Subsequently she lost her mental equilibrium and was admitted to a mental asylum. The dad dropped his kids off with their grandmother and took off with another woman. The grandma tried to care for the kids by doing odd jobs, but she is old and weak and could not sustain the load. Therefore she requested that they be allowed to live in the local Children Home, a Christian orphanage dedicated to bringing help, hope, and the Gospel to slum-dwelling kids.
This young boy’s father died from Malaria and his mother died from a stomach illness. He was living with relatives, but he came to the local home. Here he is able to learn about Jesus and receive the care and support that he needs to thrive. All of his needs are met at the home. He is healthy and likes to sing!
Roslin’s parents are both alive, but they are so poor that they are not able to afford her education. This is why she came to live at the local home. Here, she is able to learn about Jesus and receive the care and support that she needs to thrive. All of her needs are met at the home.
Philip’s mother died from Malaria and his father died in an accident. He was living with his grandfather, but he was able to come to the local home. He is a healthy young boy and likes to play soccer. He is able to learn about Jesus and receive the care and support that he needs to thrive. All of his needs are met at the home.
This young boy came to live at the local home after his father died. His mother was not able to send him or his siblings to school. He is a healthy child and loves to play all kinds of different sports. At the home he is able to receive ample care and support. He will be taught about Jesus love for him and given the opportunity to thrive.
Guloungam’s father died in an accident, and his mother had no job to provide food for her children. He is a healthy young boy and likes to play various games and sports. He is able to learn about Jesus and receive the care and support that he needs to thrive. All of his needs are met at the home.