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Bangladesh Without Orphans

Bangladesh is the most populated country per density in the world. The country has over 155 million people with over half of the population being under the age of 15. In Bangladesh more than 170,000 children under the age of 5 die each year from malnutrition, disease and poverty. That is the equivalent of a child dying every 3 minutes of treatable causes. The literacy rate in Bangladesh is 47.9% of the population and most children will leave school by the age of 8.

Belarus Without Orphans

The Republic of Belarus is a small former Soviet nation in Europe with a population just under 10 million. In 2008, Belarus was a nation that got hit pretty severely in the global economic crisis. Because of this economic downturn there are approximately 25,000 orphans in Belarus.

Botswana Without Orphans

Objectives: 1. To mobilise people and resources, to support and provide care for orphans across the nation. 2. To facilitate support and care for orphans by the civic community and general community. 3. To amplify awareness of the plight of orphans in Botswana and to provide the way forward from a biblical standpoint.

Brazil Without Orphans

There are many good stories from Brazil, many stories of reunification that were successful and many stories of adoption that were also successful. I think that one of the greatest things that we have reached in Brazil is that, sooner, we are really starting, officially starting the movement, the WWO movement in Brazil and we are gathering a group of important leaders from many different organizations that are making a great impact in their regions and even in the nation. We are very excited about that.

Burundi Without Orphans

Our team is comprised of people from various churches and denominations. Our vision is to build Burundi Without Orphans by mobilizing every community, church leaders, businesses, government leaders, and NGO’s to work together on behalf of the vulnerable and families. We understand every child needs a safe family and to have someone to call Father and Mother. All children need a permanent, healthy family where they can experience the love of a father and mother, to get their basic needs met, and to get to know their Heavenly Father.

Colombia Without Orphans

Colombia is a predominantly Roman Catholic country of 46 million people located in the northwest corner of South America. It is a poor nation that has been consistently hit by natural disasters and the spread of conflict. Colombia has been in a 40 year civil war. This, along with the drug trade, have contributed to the orphan crisis in Colombia.

Ethiopia Without Orphans

Ethiopia is a country of 94 million people located in eastern Africa. It is the most populous landlocked country in the world. With a high prevalence of HIV and over 44% of the population under the age of 14, orphanhood is an important issue in Ethiopia. There are about 5.5 million orphans in the nation with 85,000 HIV orphans.

Ghana Without Orphans

Ghana, located along the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, in West Africa, is bordered by the Ivory Coast in the west, Burkina Faso in the north, Togo in the east and the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean in the south. Ghana has a population of approximately 27 million from a variety of ethnic and religious groups.

India Without Orphans / Bharathiya Sneha Parivar

Alternative care in India: Orphanages and small family-based styles of care were the only alternative care options available in the past, but the situation is slowly changing. India now has foster care, group foster homes and most recently India introduced domestic adoptions. Reunification of children with relatives is also taking place.

Kyrgyzstan Without Orphans

Alternative care in Kyrgyzstan: There is an extensive Soviet system of Children's Homes, Rehabilitation Centers, Children’s Prisons, and homes for Special Needs Children of various types. This has been supplemented in recent years by various private initiatives including family-style orphanages, private orphanages, and homes for mothers in crisis with children. The foster care system was initiated under EU funding. After 6 years of work, there are 7 foster families in Kyrgyzstan. The President recently issued a moratorium on the construction of new orphanages.

Latvia Without Orphans

Latvia is a small country in northeastern Europe along the Baltic Coast. It's population is just over 2.2 million. Latvia is one of the poorest countries in Europe with one of the worst health care systems and faces dire human rights issues.

Malawi Without Orphans

Malawi is one of the developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa; its population is projected to 15 million people. The countries economy relies on agriculture as the major source of income. Geographically Malawi is bordered by three countries: Tanzania, Zambia, and Mozambique. Malawi is divided into three regions: Northern, Central, and Southern. The country has three cities and the main capital city is Lilongwe which is located in the Central region. Malawi is one of the worst nations affected by HIV/AIDS. The estimates prevalence rate for adults (15 years and older) is 14.1 compared to 6.1 for Sub-Saharan Africa overall. That means that the number with HIV is approximately one million. This challenge has increased the number of orphan children in Malawi.

Nepal Without Orphans

Nepal is located south of China and north of India. It's population is around 27 million people. It is one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world.

Paraguay Without Orphans

Alternative care in Paraguay: There are various forms of alternative care in Paraguay: institutional care (larger residential facilities), residential (small-group residential facilities) and foster care (qualified volunteer families caring for children under court order of protection). More than 90% of children removed from parental care are living in institutions, and only an average of 5% live in qualified foster families, while awaiting a court’s decision on where they will live. There are almost 60 institutional and residential children’s homes in Paraguay, while only 3 foster care programs are operating in the country. The average time a child spends living in an institutional or residential facility is 4 years and 4 months, alarmingly exceeding the transience of the temporary measure of protection. In most cases, these children have lost ties with their families and communities of origin, and the relationship is less frequent the longer the stay in the children’s home. All of these children are waiting for their case to be resolved, in order to live within a safe and loving family.

Philippines Without Orphans

The Philippines Without Orphans (PWO) initiative is a broad-scale collective and collaborative national movement. The movement engages individuals, churches and organizations across various sectors that are united under a common vision to give each of our country’s sons and daughters the opportunity to grow-up and belong to a safe, stable, and nurturing permanent family.

Romania Without Orphans

Romania is a located in South Eastern Europe and has a population of about 21.7 million people. There are about 100,000 orphans living in child protective services with more being abandoned each day.

Russia Without Orphans

Russia is a very large country in northern Eurasia with about 143.5 million people. Russian orphanages are home to a rough estimate of 800,00 orphans, according to That number, of course, is much larger if you include the street children and children that live with extended family.

South Africa Without Orphans

According to World Bank, South Africa is a country of close to 53 million people. Unicef reports that South Africa has the highest global burden of HIV and AIDS - 16 per cent of the world’s population with the disease lives here. Of the 3.7 million orphans in South Africa, close to half of them have lost their parents to HIV/AIDS-related diseases.

Uganda Without Orphans

Uganda is a landlocked country in the heart of East Africa, bordered by Kenya, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo with a population of over 33 million. Since it's independence from Brittain there have been periods of conflict and a lengthy civil war that has left tens of thousands dead and displaced more than a million people. Just the HIV/AIDS epidemic alone has left 1.2 million children orphaned with a total of 2.7 million orphans.

Ukraine Without Orphans

Ukraine has a population of 44.5 million people, and 92,000 orphans (27,000 of whom are adoptable). Most adoptable orphans in Ukraine live in institutions like orphanages, though in recent years Ukraine has made great strides in moving towards family care like foster care and adoption.

United Kingdom

Our vision is – a home for every child who needs one. When Home for Good launched as a charity in 2014, there were 9,000 foster carers urgently needed and approximately 6,000 children waiting to be adopted – and approximately 15,000 evangelical churches in the UK!

Zimbabwe Without Orphans

Zimbabwe is a landlocked country located in southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers. There are about 1.5 million orphans in Zimbabwe with places of safety for only about 0.5% of this number.