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Peace Family Home Sponsorship
since 2017

Eight children were taken into the care of PFDO in January 2017. They were the HIV-positive children who were orphans or with only a single HIV+ parent who could not support them. They were sent to PFDO by the local hospital. I first met them a month after they started living at Peace Family Home, a new two-story house built by PFDO. When I was with them alone, they neither talked to me nor each other.


Between February and April, I found sponsors who committed to supporting their daily expenses, including tutorials after school. Rose of PFDO taught them to take care of themselves and each other. They learned to cook, clean the house, and cooperate to live together peacefully. By my next visit at the end of April 2017, I saw smiling faces who came to greet me at the door. We played board games together, and I took them to a restaurant for the first time.

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