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Story of Yedidya

How a foster to adopt family in Ethiopia is coping during the COVID-19 crisis

I thought I was an orphan

When violence separated her family, 14-year-old Mugeni believed she alone had survived. Three years later, a phone call changed everything.

A warm welcome

A local church enlists volunteers to wrap around refugee families resettling in their community.

South Sudanese mom becomes foster parent to siblings in Gambella’s refugee camp

Bethany provides psychosocial and mental health support services for South Sudanese refugees in the Gambella refugee camps.

Empowering families, right where they live

Positive change happens when we bring and keep families together. That’s why we support families struggling to stay together by providing the resources and training they need to lead their family to self-sufficiency.

Woman cares for children while living in refugee camp

Every day, families around the world are forced to flee their homes and their countries because of political and economic instability. Oftentimes, individuals flee to neighboring countries in search of food, health care, income, and safety.

Ethiopian families and alternative family-based care

In response to the worldwide orphan crisis, we connect children in need with families in their country of origin.

Families instead of orphanages

Family-based care offers a proven solution to protect vulnerable children around the world. Through partnerships with local child welfare organizations, we prevent families from placing children in orphanages.

The changing landscape of international adoption: Where we’ve been and where we’re going

Bethany spearheads efforts to change the emphasis from bringing children to the U.S. to instead finding adoptive homes for children in their home countries.

Why orphanages harm children—and how your church can help

You need to have this hard conversation with any orphan care ministry you support.

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