Friday, December 31, 2010

Four Hour Wait for Doctor

Paparao Yelucuri talks with an elderly patient as
she waits to see the doctor.
 For some it was a long wait, but for those who queued up, it’s their only chance to see a physician. For four hours, outside on a dirt street, the Mission to the Nations medical team treated 125 patients in this impoverished Indian village 10 miles outside of Kakinada. It is free medical attention and free medications for people who don’t have easy access to medical services.

ou can Give to Mobile Medical Clinics in India 

Friday, December 17, 2010

These Kids need to Play Too!

School Children in Kakinada, India are excited about
the donation of Sports equipment
You have helped feed them, educate them and give them medicine but for Christmas it is time to celebrate Life! So the students in India received some playground sports equipment and are they very happy.

You can give to Educating Indian children from the slums and impoverished fishing villages

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Dwyatt's Favorite Causes: China Travels 2010

Executive Director Dwyatt Gantt recently spent two months in China, touched by the drama of love and compassion by people who have nothing but are giving everything. Out of his experience, two causes championed his heart as worthy causes.

Give to Mrs. Ma's cause and make it
a warm winter for children receiving
 cerebral palsy therapy.


When we lost our way a few times, a call to the valiant Mrs. Ma rescued us and we found her waiting at her center for children who have cerebral palsy, which is housed in an L-shaped dilapidated building in the middle of a weedy lot, behind other buildings trying to keep up their appearances but marked with neglect.
To meet Mrs. Ma is to forget all that. She was dressed simply, without make-up or distinguishing hairstyle, but the quiet passion of her heart and mission made me feel I was in the midst of greatness.
     Click here to read more…

Give to the Four Sisters cause and fill
 in the gap between fees and running
 a home for needy children.


We found the general area of our destination—a home founded by four biological sisters. A call brought one of the sisters to find us and she directed us to the correct street. We traveled a narrow walking lane and then up a flight of stairs to a two story townhome—simple but shining clean.

The beauty of the home mirrored the spirits of those four sisters and those who loved and cared… Click here to read a love story…

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

China’s New Orphan Network Made Possible by Florida Software Company

The creation of a nationwide orphan data base in China is now nearly complete thanks to a sizable gift by ASG Software Solutions of Naples Florida, a worldwide leader in business solutions for global enterprises. As a partner with Children’s Hope International, ASG provided computers, software and training for hundreds of Chinese orphanages over the past three years.

In a ceremony in Beijing, the China Center for Adoption Affairs (CCAA) honored ASG for giving such a significant donation to their new orphan network. ASG’s contributions to Children’s Hope made the purchase of 381 computers possible. Also ASG provided for system training. The social welfare staff from 430 Chinese orphanages attended one of seven training courses provided by ASG Software Solutions.

Dwyatt Gantt, Children’s Hope Executive Director along with Melody Zhang, Children’s Hope China Director, attended the CCAA ceremony in Beijing. The significance of this computer data project was expressed on the CCAA website:

“This work touches thousands of orphaned and disabled children in China, moving children’s welfare into a historic direction.”

The article went on to state that more and more welfare homes are using the new operation system in placing children with special needs and other orphans to international adoption

Thank you to ASG Software Solutions and the entire Allen Family.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

14-year-old Boy Walks for the First Time

With great pride, Tao, takes big steps through the therapy room to show how he can finally walk on his own. He could hardly move for the first 14 years of his life because there was no physical therapy available in his rural Chinese village to treat his cerebral palsy: Tao’s muscles and joints were locking down. But after a few months of extensive PT and massage, Tao was pedaling a stationary bike and eventually taking steps for the first time. A Children’s Hope program, which brings parents and their children with CP to Beijing, is creating a better quality of life for dozens of kids. The children receive extensive therapy while the parents are educated on how to maintain their child’s maximum range of motion.

You can give to this and other China Medical Projects
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