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My husband, Joe, visited Kebebe again this April, for the 3rd time. This time a few caregivers approached him and thanked him for their jobs. He was so surprised and so humbled. They interviewed four of the newer caregivers and discovered that many of them had been orphans themselves, were fleeing abusive spouses, or grueling day labor, and this job allowed them to support themselves and their children, and to escape the dangerous life of poverty. Several of the caregivers had “aged out” of the government orphanage for girls- Kechene before being hired here. I was reminded that this program is good for the kids, and good for the caregivers, too. It’s not solving the problem at Kebebe, but it is a start. Even WITH this program, the caregiver to child ratio is still 1:10 or so. But we have to start somewhere! If we can sustain sponsorship for these 28, maybe we can do more! Please join us in making a difference for some of the most vulnerable orphans in
I sure am a lucky Mama!
We're so blessed to have our "Tytee."