Children’s Homes

Nutrition: Life-Changer for Vulnerable Kids

August 13, 2018

Local Recipes Boost Nutritional Health of Filipino Kids ER partner Batang Matinik (Smart Kids) faces a problem. They receive donated food to provide nutrition for the hungry kids they serve in the Philippines. The challenge is that the dried food is bland and doesn’t taste much like the food the kids are used to eating. […]

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Accreditation Boosts Kid’s Home Impact

December 9, 2016

Since opening almost three years ago, Extreme Response Asia’s Manila Children’s Home (MCH) has provided exceptional care for neglected and abandoned boys. Late last year the MCH has achieved a new level of accreditation that will allow it to serve these vulnerable youngsters even more effectively. MCH Executive Director John Basiwa (pictured at right) and […]

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African Hope Trust Fulfills Cape Town Kids’ Need for Love

July 31, 2016

Alyssa Carrel recently returned from a brief stint as a volunteer with ER partner African Hope Trust. Here she details its work with vulnerable children and its plans to build a new safe house. My time at African Hope Trust was brief, but oh how refreshing. I struggle to adequately describe what it felt like […]

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Abandoned 18 Years Ago, How Is Alex Doing Today?

July 23, 2015

  House of Hope Director of Development and ER staff member Jenny Reitz Compère, shared this story in her July newsletter. It tells the journey of Alex, a young boy who came to House of Hope under dire circumstances. Located in the town of LaPointe on Haiti’s north coast, House of Hope serves children who […]

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Belwop Playground Creates Laughter Among Kenyan Orphans

June 15, 2015

By Kim Merrefield, Extreme Women Communications Writer “Veronica has such a mother’s love for the children. The kids had never been on a swing or slide. She longed for them to connect with each other, and for it to be another step in their healing. I knew we had to help.” Laughter and smiles fill […]

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