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Arrebato. Lo Que Es Mio.

It’s Wednesday, and the afternoon sky looks like cotton candy against crystal blue. Soccer teams blur the fields in practice as workers stoop over land nearby to harvest greens and purples and golds.

Orphan Graduate Program Gives Hope in Russia

Adoption has been closed to a number of countries, including the United States, since 2013. And while domestic adoption is on the rise, the journey is slow because of the incredible difficulties Russian families face after the adoptions are finalized. Natasha Votyakova of Orphan Outreach's Russian NGO says, “We still don’t have enough preparation, we don’t get enough training before the adoption, and not enough counseling after the adoption.”

Nashville Attorney Helps Make the Wheels on the Van Go Round and Round

A view of Honduras from factual sources can appear bleak:

If Failure—or Money—Weren’t an Issue

Orphan Outreach adds Joseph’s DreamCoat, an adoption financial assistance ministry, to its services

An Evening Overflowing with Hope for Children

We would like to extend a very special "Thank you!" to everyone who attended our 3rd annual Children's Hope Dinner. It was truly a most special evening, and because of the overwhelming generosity of so many, more than $100,000 was raised for ministry to orphans and vulnerable children in the countries we serve! Our friends at Lovell PR shared this media release today! 

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Update on the Zika Virus

At Orphan Outreach, we are committed to the health and well-being of our mission trip participants who travel with us around the world. We are aware there is growing concern about the outbreak of the Zika virus (which is carried by mosquitos). The virus generally causes mild symptoms, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned pregnant women against travel to many Central and South American and Caribbean nations because there is reason to believe that Zika is related to microcephaly, which can cause brain damage in newborns, but a direct causation has not been identified. More research is to be done to determine causation. As of now we recommend women who are pregnant or considering becoming pregnant to consult with their personal physician on whether or not they should travel to Guatemala or Honduras.

Individuals Trip to Kenya • September 10-20, 2016

Join Orphan Outreach in serving children and families in western Kenya. The children we will serve come from unspeakable conditions, the victims of gross poverty and the HIV/AIDS pandemic. This team will be serving through Bible programming, health education, public health and meeting needs that may arise for the students and staff at Madeleine School. This trip is open to individuals from around the U.S., both non-medical people and medical and dental professionals. Click here to learn more.

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