HE JINYUE

SUNSHINE VILLAGE PROVINCE HENAN, CHINA

He Jinyue was only 2 years old when his father was arrested. His mother then left the family and since no relatives could take him in, he found a new home in the sunshine village. He Jinyue was always a very lively and bright boy. The strict village teacher found him too undisciplined and if Ms. Ding had not done everything in his power to support him, he would probably have been expelled from the school.

Today he is in the final year of a high school and is preparing for the university exam.

His father was released from prison 3 years ago. He agreed that He Jinyue stays in the home because he has a more stable environment there.

We have been accompanying He Jinyue for many years and wish him all the best for the upcoming exams!

PASIA

NAMBAK LAOS

 

We have been supporting 13-year-old Pasia since August 2020. At that time we had a small hut built for her near the school in Nambak. Without this house she would have stayed in her village and would not have attended school.

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about us

Our association, founded in 1998, actively supports the interests of disabled orphans and other socially disadvantaged children in Asia.
We currently support

3 homes: two in XinXiang, Henan Province China and 1 orphanage in Luang Prabang / Laos
the ‘Glow Fund’ organisation by funding orthopaedic surgeries in Yantai, Shandong Province, performed by leading surgeons from Standford Children’s Hospital
35 students with scholarships in Laos
1 Village in Laos with 230 children. Here we finance balanced nutrition, school andmedical care.
Each year, board members travel to China to visit the children, to see for themselves how the projects are progressing, and to see how the donations are being used.
Our local partners are trustworthy organisations whose members are intensively committed to the children. Since our foundation, approximately CHF 2 million in donations have flowed into our projects in China and Laos. Every donated franc will be used 1:1 for the children!

The money is invested in medical care, physiotherapy, nursing staff, nutrition andtraining.

 

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our projects 2020