Orphan Outreach & Honduran NGO, NICO, have teamed up to give children exactly what they need to thrive
"What’s in the best interest of the child?" is a question at the forefront of governments and orphan care ministries around the world. And in Honduras, the two groups are coming together to find the best answers.
In 2009, a group of mothers and daughters traveled to Guatemala for what they thought would be a week of serving the poor. That single short-term mission trip changed the lives of each person on the trip – and the lives of hundreds of others in the United States and around the world.
Earlier this year, we shared the story of Westport Church in Oregon - and the impact of orphan care ministry on a church and its people. But what is the impact of a church and its people on the ones they serve? A letter from Lucy at Gan Sabra HIV Home in Aizawl, India, says it all.
Cesar Eguizabal is best known by individuals and churches serving in Guatemala as the Missions Coordinator for Orphan Outreach. He also serves on the board for the Alianza Cristiana para los Huérfanos (ACH) – Guatemala’s Christian Alliance for Orphans. Eguizabal and the alliance are supported by a growing number of churches and NGOs – including Asociación Niñez con Futuro (Orphan Outreach's NGO in the country) – as they work to provide resources and education, and to encourage more Guatemalans to serve orphans through family preservation, foster care and adoption, and by caring for those who have been rescued from abuse and neglect.
Have you ever thought about traveling to India on a mission trip? Hear directly from the trip participants and India Director about why you should go. #orphanoutreach #india #missiontrip