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“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.”  — Nelson Mandela

“Children are the hands by which we take hold of heaven.” 

       — Henry Ward Beecher

Binding Thread Myanmar Child

Hannah's Story

Hannah is from Love Children Home. She was born in June, 11, 2014. Her parents are Thang Cung and Sandar Aung, who grew up from Love Children Home, and now they are working at Love Children Home.

“Anyone who does anything to help a child is a hero to me.” 

       — Fred Rogers

Binding Thread Myanmar Orphan

His parents are dead and his uncle sent him and his siblings (San Lin & Sandar Win) to Win Children Home. He is very obedient, and would like to someday become a police officer.

“Every child you encounter is a divine appointment.” 

       — Wess Stafford

Binding Thread Myanmar Orphan

Angel's Story

Glory's Story

Glory arrived at Love Children Home in 2015 when she was 7 years old. A drug dealer asked her mom for food so she went into his home and gave him food, not knowing that he was a drug dealer. The police showed up at the drug dealers house when she was there giving him food. So they arrested her and put her in Jail for 7 years. Glory's father is a drunk and does not take care of her so she was sent to the orphanage. She has a sister Ly Ly Par who also lives at the orphanage. Glory wants to be a engineer when she grows up.

Her father was a teacher before he died of cancer. Her mother was too poor to care for her children. So she took Angel, her twin brother, and her other siblings to Love Children Home.

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