Child Haven International is mainly known for its homes for destitute children, but thanks to the support of our generous donors and volunteers we are able to help many people in many different circumstances. In our latest newsletter we brought you the story of a young girl in Nepal, the struggle she endured due to a rare medical condition, and how CHI was able to help her and her family. Here is her story from the Summer 2013 CHI Newsletter – Bonnie Lore section. Continue reading
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Saving lives – one stitch at a time
Recently Bonniema and group visited another project that Child Haven International supports – the women’s project Manav Vikas Parishad (MVP) in Ghaziabad, which is near New Delhi in India. It is a small NGO that helps local impoverished women with training, medical care, and child education. Continue reading
Top Ten Ways to Help
Want to help Child Haven International? Here are our Top Ten ways to lend a helping hand both figuratively and literally. We assist children and women in developing countries, who are in need of food, education, health care, shelter, clothing, emotional and moral support – and so can you. Here’s how!