News from Sanyu Babies Home

14 Sep

I just recieved the most recent newsletter from Sanyu babies home.  It’s like opening a Chritmas present!  I love to read about the nannies, volunteers and administrators that are working to hard to take care of these precious babies and find them forever homes.  And of course I love to read about all the sweetie pies that are staying at Sanyu.  In the past quarter 20 babies have joined the Sanyu family and 11 have been reunited with family memebers or adopted.   As I’ve mentioned before, Sanyu hosts many volunteers from all over the world.  I would like to share what one volunteer wrote in the most recent newsletter:

“I spent 6 weeks at the Sanyu Babies Home after finishing my social work qualification in England…One of the first things that struck me was how fortunate the babies are that end up at Sanyu.  Whilst many of the children are in terrible situations before they arrive at Sanyu, once they become part of Sanyu Babies Home family, thay are showered with love and care.  Each abandoned child is nursed back to health and provided with a safe loving enviornment whilst other people work behind the scenes to find family, fostering or adoption placements for them.  I feel very blessed to have been able to be a part of these childrens’ lives and they have certainly made a big impact on mine.”


One Response to “News from Sanyu Babies Home”

  1. Nicolette September 15, 2011 at 6:53 pm #

    I am so deeply thankful that your babies, and our grandbabies, are so well cared for and loved so richly….first by our loving heavenly Father and then by the many devoted workers at Sanyu. Oh how blessed you are that God led you to this amazing home in Uganda!!

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