I was very excited to get these early pictures of the progress on the new boys toddler house at Orphanage Emmanuel (OE) in Guaimaca, Honduras. It will be occupied by older toddler boys, who graduate from the toddler house but still act as toddlers. The World Orphan Fund paid for half of the $45,000 (U.S.) cost to build it.
God’s timing is perfect as most of the 94 children OE has received in the last month are due to a government children’s home burning, and the majority of those are of the ages planned for this new house. OE is also building a new infant house due to be completed next year.
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