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MEET THE CHILDREN

Elizabeth

Elizabeth came to Village of Hope in the summer of 2017 at an estimated age of four years old. Her mother is mentally ill, and unable to care for her, and her father is unknown. Elizabeth had no other family capable to take care of her. She was brought in by VOH and is now living with loving house parents, going to school, and receiving food, care and love.

Emmanuella

Emmanuella is at Village of Hope with her older sister, Saviour. They are the last two of four children whose father passed away and then, about four years ago, their mother was involved in a motor accident, making her unable to continue with her farming activities. The children could hardly get food to eat as the family depended on the benevolence of neighbors in the community. A minister, who also happens to be a former house parent at the Village of Hope, had been helping to feed the children. Eventually he put in an application for the two girls to be admitted.

Margaret

Margaret lost her mother in 2004. Her father was older, and could not support his children. Margaret moved in with her older brother, but he, too, was unable to provide enough for Margaret. That is when she was blessed to come live at the Village of Hope. She is now attending Hope College (high school).

Salamatu

Salamatu's mother died shortly after giving birth, and her father passed away six years later. There was no one left who could care for her, so a church at Yendi found a place for her at the Village of Hope.

Vida

Vida came to the Village of Hope because her father passed away, and her mother in incapable of caring for her. She is a very kind girl that we have enjoyed getting to know the past 6 years.

Ruth

Ruth became a resident of the Village of Hope at age nine. Her mother passed away when she was just 15 days old, and her father was never involved in her life. Her grandparents had been in care of her until they were too old and unable. This is when she moved to the Village of Hope.

Nora

Nora did not grow up as a resident of Village of Hope. She was being raised by her single mother after her father abandoned them some while ago. Sadly, while Nora was attending school at Hope College, her mother passed away during the time she was writing her final year national 12th grade exam the spring of 2017. Village of Hope has been caring for Nora since then, and they reached out to Heartbeat for Hope to help this young lady. She entered college in September 2017 and is studying for a diploma in Bilingual Secretarialship.

Alex

Alex lives at the Village of Hope with his sister Patience. Alex's parents were sick and unfit to care for him so he went to live with his aunt in 2003. The burden of her own responsibilities as well as the care of the children became too much, and in March of 2010 Alex and his sister came to the Village of Hope.

Richmond

Richmond's father died in March 2010 and his family blamed the man’s wife for the death of her husband. She was forced to move out of the family home, taking her four children with her and moving into a small room meant for one person, because that was all she could afford. Besides paying for the room, she could not feed or clothe her children or take them to school. She put in an application for two of them to be admitted to Village of Hope to give them a better opportunity and a chance at life.

Ernest

Ernest is the youngest of six siblings who lost his parents between 2010 and 2012. After his parents’ deaths, his oldest brother became father and mother to him. Although he tried hard, his inexperience and his very low income made it impossible to care for Ernest. Now, Ernest is part of the Village of Hope family and the Heartbeat for Hope family.

Daniel

Daniel and his brother, Abraham, began their lives in struggle with their single mother. In 2011 their mother passed away and they were sent to live with their aging grandmother. Soon she was unable to care for them because of her health and they had to drop out of school. It was then that Village of Hope took them in to raise them with a stable environment and hopeful future.

Abraham

Abraham and his brother, Daniel, began their lives in struggle with their single mother. In 2011 their mother passed away and they were sent to live with their aging grandmother. Soon she was unable to care for them because of her health and they had to drop out of school. It was then that Village of Hope took them in to raise them with a stable environment and hopeful future.

Francis

His father died when he was very young, and his mother was so poor that she could not take care of Francis and his six siblings. She died not long after. Struggling to survive, Francis was taken in by the Village of Hope. He will begin his senior year of high school this year. We have loved seeing Francis grow and mature the last 6 years.

Michael

Michael's mother passed away in 2000, and he never knew his father. His mother's dream was for her son to have an education. Now that Michael is at the Village of Hope intends to honor his mother by achieving this goal.

Peter

Peter was brought to the Village of Hope in 2004 after a lifetime of unfortunate events for his family. After many moves between various family members who were unable to care for Peter, the Village of Hope began to care for Peter. He now has security of food, education, and care.

Samuel C.

Samuel came to the Village of Hope after his father died, and his mother's illness became so severe that she could not even care for herself. Now Samuel has care and education at the Village of Hope.

Benjamin and Michael

H4H met these siblings in 2013 through mutual friends. Their father died 12 years ago, and their mother has been working at Village of Hope as a teacher's aid to try and support her six children. She was struggling to keep her children in school, so we agreed to help with their education. Now, Benjamin has graduated university and is in the middle of his year of government service before entering the workforce.Michael is now in technical school studying media.

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