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Global Preservation // How to get involved

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Tara Winkler // Why We Need to End the Era of Orphanages

 

 

 

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“…With that kind of money (adoption fees) we could have taken care of the child and his/her biological family for a decade: equipping, empowering, and educating the whole lot of them at Hope Home Calcutta.” ~Dev Sarkar // Hope Home Calcutta, India

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“Over 80% of the children living in orphanages in Uganda have at least one living parent. These children are being raised away from their families because of poverty, not because they are unloved or unwanted. At Abide we believe children grow best in families and so we fight everyday to help families go from barely surviving to thriving and to prevent family separation.”  Abide Family Center , Uganda

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“Since our first OLO family we have assisted several families by arranging for surgery, fund raising surgeries, pay tuition for Special Need education, set up Cindy’s Corner to bring cheer in the hospital and launched The Lucky Bunny Cleft Kit to reduce the number of orphans born with cleft lip/palate. As Family Preservation gains attention in China, we look forward to a future of helping families stay together. Less than one year since our beginning we are thrilled at the level of support we are receiving, especially with our efforts to preserve families. We are confident that The Children’s Garden will continue to grow and serve children and their families throughout China.” ~Naomi Jean // One Less Orphan, China

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“Haitian Families First nurtures and empowers families in despair through emotional, social, and financial support, ensuring children remain with their biological families and out of unnecessary institutions.” Haitian Families First, Haiti

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“Children need their mothers and their mothers need a strong foundation of education and skills to escape the vicious cycle of poverty in Guatemala. Since 2011, Project Somos has worked to protect children and help mothers … and we’re just getting started. Through our eco-sustainable community and innovative programs we empower at-risk mothers to protect, nurture and provide for their children — so they can move on to live independently, and build a better future for generations to come.” Project Somos Children’s Village // Guatemala

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“To strengthen and empower vulnerable families through the provision of comprehensive & holistic services to children, youth and caregivers that enable them to address their own emotional and physical needs, foster self-sufficiency, protect their rights and reach their full potential.” Simama Family Support // Tanzania

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“The Small Things (TST) aims to create alternatives to traditional residential care for vulnerable children by keeping families together, empowering caregivers and communities and serving as an advocate for transition to a family-first model with options for residential care when reunification is impossible. We provide holistic support and resources through our Family Preservation Program which allows families to keep or reclaim their children through microfinance, business training, adult education, school support and daycare.” The Small Things // Tanzania

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“The mission of Women’s Global Empowerment Fund is to support women through economic, social and political programs, creating opportunities while addressing inequality; strengthening families and communities.” Women’s Global Empowerment Fund

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“We’re dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother, everywhere. We educate the public about maternal health, engage individuals to advocate for the well-being of mothers, and invest in community-led programs to improve access to essential maternity care.” –Every Mother Counts

 

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