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There Are New Babies at Horizon of Hope Village


Horizon of Hope Village (HOHV) located in Metro Manila, Philippines has recently opened their second home. The latest home is the “Baby House” and near the end of 2016 they received their first baby. She came to them at two weeks of age after being found in a vacant lot near an abandoned building with her umbilical cord still attached. She spent two weeks in the hospital being treated for sepsis. God spared the life of this precious little girl and she has brought much joy to all those who now care for her. The older children already living at HOHV fell in love with her immediately.


She came to them at two weeks of age after being found in a vacant lot near an abandoned building with her umbilical cord still attached.


The next bundle of joy to arrive was another little girl. She was three days old when they received her shortly before Christmas. Her mother was alone when she delivered her and kept her for two days. Her mother left her with a touching letter at a church/school to be found. She is now doing very well and thriving at HOHV. In March, the first baby boy arrived after being abandoned by his mother. He was born premature and was very small, but he continues to make good progress. A couple of weeks ago two more baby girls arrived who had been abandoned by their mothers. One of the girls is eight months old and has fallen behind in her development. The other new girl is three months old. Jan says,

"with the love and care they are receiving they will quickly catch up and thrive.”


Raising babies presents so many joys and blessings, but also so many added costs. One area in which we need the help of Global Outreach partners is in providing formula to feed the new babies.


Raising babies presents so many joys and blessings, but also so many added costs. One area in which we need the help of Global Outreach partners is in providing formula to feed the new babies. The formula available in the Philippines is of poor quality and does not have vitamins and other nutrients added. Due to a generous donation a good supply was on hand, but with five babies they are depleting it rapidly. Jan will be visiting the U.S.A. soon and we would love to send her home with a suitcase full of formula. If you would like to participate in this donation, please let us know right away. We can accept cash donations or actual cans of powdered formula. These precious little ones have all had a rough start in life. Thank God for the opportunity we have to help provide life-giving formula for them. Jesus loves the little children of the world!


Thank God for the opportunity we have to help provide life-giving formula for them. Jesus loves the little children of the world!


We would love to provide 50 cans of formula for Jan to take home to the babies in May.


To make a donation to HOHV please visit our online donation form and designate your gift as "HOHV" here.



Blog Post Adapted From Global Outreach Inc April 2017 Newsletter

Volume 32 Issue 4

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