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Home of Hope

Dhaka, Bangladesh, is one of the most populated cities in the world with over 21 million residents. For context, Dhaka is slightly larger than Denver, Colorado, which is home for close to 750,000 people. Here, extreme poverty and despair are as obvious as the cars, motorcycles, colorful rickshaws, massive trucks, and countless pedestrians that bring

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Oriana’s Story

Oriana’s* sweet, shy smile lights up when she talks about her classes. “I like science best. I find it easy. But I like to study anything. Being in school makes me so happy.” Oriana knows she is fortunate to attend school. Her parents, like many other adults in Burkina Faso, are farmers. Their livelihoods are

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Grady’s Story

While Grady’s* mother worked hard as a small trader, her wages were still not enough to fill the stomachs of all her children. After the Haiti earthquake destroyed their home in 2010, Grady and his five brothers and sisters moved into an orphanage. “Now that I am at the orphanage, I eat better and I

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Elijah’s Story

Elijah* has never had an easy life. Orphaned at a young age and forced to live on the streets of Nairobi, Kenya, he begged for food to survive. Hunger was a constant companion. Beatrice, who runs an orphanage Convoy partners with, found Elijah sleeping on the streets. She picked him up, gave him a place

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Meet Beltran

Beltran* is a spunky, smiley kid. He loves to play soccer and is quick to laugh. Many people who first meet him are surprised to hear that he’s actually quite the bookworm. “I love science. Learning about how life works and the environment, especially the role of each creature in the wonderful creation of God,

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Home of Hope

Dhaka, Bangladesh, is one of the most populated cities in the world with over 21 million residents. For context, Dhaka is slightly larger than Denver, Colorado, which is home for close to 750,000 people. Here, extreme poverty and despair are as obvious as the cars, motorcycles, colorful rickshaws, massive trucks, and countless pedestrians that bring

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Oriana’s Story

Oriana’s* sweet, shy smile lights up when she talks about her classes. “I like science best. I find it easy. But I like to study anything. Being in school makes me so happy.” Oriana knows she is fortunate to attend school. Her parents, like many other adults in Burkina Faso, are farmers. Their livelihoods are

Learn More

Grady’s Story

While Grady’s* mother worked hard as a small trader, her wages were still not enough to fill the stomachs of all her children. After the Haiti earthquake destroyed their home in 2010, Grady and his five brothers and sisters moved into an orphanage. “Now that I am at the orphanage, I eat better and I

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Elijah’s Story

Elijah* has never had an easy life. Orphaned at a young age and forced to live on the streets of Nairobi, Kenya, he begged for food to survive. Hunger was a constant companion. Beatrice, who runs an orphanage Convoy partners with, found Elijah sleeping on the streets. She picked him up, gave him a place

Learn More

Meet Beltran

Beltran* is a spunky, smiley kid. He loves to play soccer and is quick to laugh. Many people who first meet him are surprised to hear that he’s actually quite the bookworm. “I love science. Learning about how life works and the environment, especially the role of each creature in the wonderful creation of God,

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