"Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: To visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world." - James 1:27 (ESV).
Entering and spending time in an orphanage is a life-changing experience. As an adult, meeting the children who live there, seeing their reality, witnessing the depth of their need for permanency changes you. You can never go back to not knowing the children who live there.
When your child was growing up, you probably gave them a warm bed to sleep in every night, hot meals to eat, and more hugs and kisses than they could count. That’s what we(you and i) can also do to help hurting and forgotten children all over the world through our resources such money,foods ,clothes etc.
It takes people like you who get determined to not let evil harm their little boys and girls to help orphaned, abused, and neglected children in countries torn apart by war, poverty, and tragedy. Together we can transform the lives of orphans and restore their childhoods in Christ as they are raised to be disciples and leaders who bring about lasting change right where God planted them.
Widows are women who have been married and whose husbands have died. In many traditional communities of developing countries in Africa, widowhood represents a "social death" for women. It is not merely that they have lost their husbands, the main breadwinner and supporter of their children, but widowhood robs them of their status and consigns them to the very margins of society where they suffer the most extreme forms of discrimination and stigma.
Across cultures they become outcasts and are often vulnerable to physical, sexual, and mental abuse. It as if they are in some way responsible for their husband's death and must be made to suffer for this calamity for the remainder of their lives.
In some African cultures, death does not end a marriage, and a widow is expected to move into a "levirate" arrangement with her brother-in-law ("the levir") or other male relative or heir nominated by his family. Many widows resist these practices, which are especially repugnant and also life threatening in the context of AIDS and polygamy. Refusal to comply may be answered with physical and sexual violence. While in earlier times such traditional practices effectively guaranteed the widow and her children protection, in recent decades, because of increasing poverty and the breakup of the extended family, widows discover that there is no protection or support, and, pregnant by the male relative, they find themselves deserted and thrown out of the family.
“If a man shut his ears to the cry of the poor ,he too will cry out and not be answered.” - Proverbs 21:13.
By your help and your donation we can transform the lives of orphans,the aged and widows by providing them good foods to eat,clothes to wear, and also good education (to the orphans ) for them to live in a better environment as we always want them to be.