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It’s here – the Spring 2019 “ALIVE” newsletter!

In the newest issue of “ALIVE”

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Category:Children's Homes

Romania Blog

One of the biggest challenges faced by children in this community is neglect.

03/22/19 By:

Our child psychologist, Ionela, pauses for a moment, looking out of her office window at several small groups of children …

Sudan Blog

In the midst of struggle, hardship, and persecution, God is at work

03/22/19 By:

It has been a difficult few months for Kids Alive’s ministry in Sudan. Public demonstrations on the streets of the …

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01/14/19 By:

Guatemala

Marta – a Picture of Hope

07/01/18 By:

Marta’s* story began with unimaginable heartbreak and pain. As a young girl, she suffered years of physical, sexual, and emotional …

Kevin from Kenya

06/22/18 By:

Thirteen-year-old Kevin lives with his aging grandmother in a tiny, dilapidated hut in a rural Kenyan village. At least, Kevin …

When in Manchay, “higher” just means “poorer”…

05/16/18 By:

The steep mountainside in Manchay, Peru, is covered with a multitude of ramshackle huts clinging precariously to the rocky slopes. …

Rescue and redemption in 2017

12/04/17 By:

2017 has been a really important – and very encouraging – year for Kids Alive. This first year of our …

Source of Hope

Daniella – a Picture of Hope

07/15/17 By:

In the remote region of Zapote, poverty is a reality for most of the people. Crops are hard to grow, …

DR-Santo-Domingo

Abraham – a Picture of Hope

07/15/17 By:

Abraham* is a child who needed support at a critical point in his life. He lives in a run-down house …

DR-Santo-Domingo

Camila – a Picture of Hope

07/15/17 By:

There are so many children in Dominican Republic who come from tragic circumstances and never find hope and help. Camila’s* …

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