Making Room for One More in Haiti

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Making Room for One More in Haiti

Haitian children

“In the middle of the night a van came full of children who were all hungry, all naked, all scared. The children were rescued from another orphanage that was raided by UN officials. It was discovered the children were used for business, being exploited, forced to beg on the streets for provisions. Yet the most basic necessities of life were being withheld from them, leaving them near starvation . . .”

Read more of the guest post from Michele-Lyn Ault of A Life Surrendered.


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