This is an easy way for us to explain to you how we are spending your donations in strengthening the care structure of the children we support.  The Keep a Child Sponsorship Scheme encompasses all the projects and groups them under four categories.

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Update from Nepal

Together with the National Mission Commission of Nepal, we are financially supporting 13 orphan children in Nepal. Some of these children lost their parents during the earthquake in 2015.

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Learning in Vietnam

The children at the Friendship House have just finished their second school term.  We are very happy that 6 of our children have achieved above average results this term.

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International Crisis Response Team

This report from a global security company underpins why we are building an International Crisis Response capability within Operation Orphan.

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Chilwell School supports orphans in Sierra Leone

What a fantastic way to kick off the new school year. This week, I visited the year 8s at Chilwell School to receive a fabulous donation.

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School FUNdraising!

Over the last few months of the 2015 school summer term, children up and down the country took part in a variety of fundraising events to raise money for our Nepal appeal.

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100% Success

I spoke to Philip this morning who was excited to tell me some great news.

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Who Likes a Curry?

Free Welcome Drink! Join us at this fabulous charity dinner. You will be donating to Operation Orphan by purchasing your ticket alone!

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DR Congo - Hebron Home

We are working with project co-ordinators Marie and Donald Kazadi at Hebron Home in the Katanga Region, Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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UK - Forget-Me-Notts

Forget-Me-Notts is our first UK based project. The project began by providing chocolates at Christmas and Easter for children who are either in or known to the care system. For many of these children this will be the only gift they receive.

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Jordan - Keep a Child

To date millions of Syrians and Iraqis have fled the conflict by crossing the border into Jordan and other surrounding countries.

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Jamaica - Keep a Child

Project coordinator Veronica is working with her local school, helping vulnerable children to have the chance of an education.

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Nepal - Keep a Child

Operation Orphan began working in Nepal after responding to the Earthquakes of 2015. This was the first deployment of our Crisis Response Team and whilst in country Brad forged a great partnership with a local organisation called the National Mission Commission of Nepal.

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Iraq - Keep a Child

Our project coordinators Sam and Steve Fletcher have established a direct support link to orphaned children living in Northern Iraq.

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Vietnam - Friendship House

Looking after children requires long term commitment. Our partnership with Friendship House continues to empower the local team to raise these children, creating hope for a brighter future.

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Uganda - Pencott Valley School

Operation Orphan are working with our partners at Pencott Valley Primary School in Uganda to provide education for orphans and vulnerable children living in the surrounding slum.

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Zimbabwe - Children of Hope

Throughout Zimbabwe there are countless orphans living with their extended family both in the high density suburbs and in the rural areas.

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Not Convinced?

We look at it like this…what does it cost to take care of a child where we live? 

We buy food, pay for heating bills, make sure they are happy, check they have their coat on before leaving the house, celebrate their birthdays, take them to the doctors when they are feeling sick and buy the medicine so they get better, brush their hair, ensure they are safe and kiss them goodnight. 

Our dream is for the children we support to have a care structure around them providing the same level of care that we would for our own children.  Join us in seeing this dream become reality.