School project in Chiselet, Romania
Each day, over 100 Roma children in Chiselet receive help with their homework, transportation to and from school and a warm meal. It is often the only meal they will have each day. For the youngest children, there is pre-school where they begin to learn everything. Fine motor skills, the alphabet, how to count and how to behave at school. The youth receive guidance and help in regards to their studies and further education.
2 years ago, we found Georgiana and her 3 siblings sleeping with the pigs to keep warm during the cold winter months. Our project leader in Chiselet quickly began to invest time in this family. The father was an alcoholic and the mother had serious mental challenges. For the most part of the time, no one knew where the parents were and the children were left alone to take care of themselves. The oldest brother worked on a farm and his earnings put food in the stomachs of his siblings.
All the children are now part of our school project in Chiselet. They receive help with their school work, transportation to and from school and a warm meal every day. Most importantly, they receive love and care.
Gradistea & House of Joy
These Teen Challenge Centers, one for males and one for females
wish to help men, women, boys and girls that are in different situations in their lives be free from life-controlling dependencies. Drugs, alcohol, gambling, prostitution, human trafficking, violence and crime have taken over the lives of the people we meet at these centers. The team that works there have all had a similar past, some have received help...
A home for children and youth
Two homes for children & youth, Romania
The Childrens Home, Acasa, lies on the outskirts of Bucharest, Romania. It is a large area with several houses. 3 homes where children ages 3-18 live, a house with 24 rooms, each with its own bath, where 18 years old move to when they are too old to live in the childrens homes and a daycare center for children that live in...
The Helpful Cow
Years of experince in mision and relief work has lead to this idea. It is absolutely necessary to cover the fysiological needs of people living in poverty. But is that enough? Will not the future look the same, with the same worry for tomorrow? We want to see past tomorrow, we want to look to the future. Instead of focusing on the needs and the poverty, we want to...