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A Brighter Future for Every Child

 

Community programs that provide hope, help and transformation. 
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ORPHANAGES

 

Providing a safe home and education for children in desparate need

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PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

Serving the community children with early education and food program 

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CRISIS RELIEF

In times of crisis, providing food and support for people in desperate situations 

Providing neighboring villages with safety and shelter during dangerous storms and flooding

CURRENT PROJECT

DINING HALL

The current Girls Orphanage has a dining area with the capacity of 20.  Now that the orphanage is at full capacity of 40 girls, we  have plans to build a separate building just next to the Girls Orphage build which will have capacity for 100.  This will free up the current dining space to be converted to space for 10 more girls.  The new dining hall will be used for dining, education and other activities

Total Cost:  $21,000 USD

Support Raised:   $15,700 USD

Support Needed:  $5,300 USD

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Proposed Dining Facility

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Current Dining Facility

FUTURE PROJECTS

BANGLADESH

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One of the world's most densely populated country.  With a population of 167 Million people living in an area the size of Iowa.  Home to the endangered Bengal tiger and the world's largest mangrove forest. Sundarban.  This lush green country is known for having the most friendly and hospitable people. Bangladesh is the world's second largest exporter of garments and textiles after China. 

With a heavy dependence on agriculture, about half of the labor force is employed in farming. Bangladesh has one of the world's fastest growing economies at 7.5% however 75% of the families are surviving each day on $2 USD.  The average family size is 4-6 people.  In villages and rural areas, people live in small clusters of bamboo or mud huts.  Bangladesh grows significant quantities of rice, tea, potato, mango and spices.  They are leading producers of goat milk and meat.   Located in a tropical region, Bangladesh experiences frequent flooding and cyclone strikes.  The people of Bangladesh are 90% Muslim, 9% Hindu and less than 1% Christian.

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