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Voluntourism dollars misused, orphanages abuse children
Nepal children

Voluntourism is when tourists visit poor nations to help other people and children overcome poverty. Of late, voluntourism dollars have been put to nefarious use. There is no one straight way about this. So called organizations that are NGO's or Children based institutions abuse children and do not really use the dollars to the betterment of children. Rather these orphanages collect children from cities with promises made to parents that their children

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Report – November 2015 – Two children helped with Healthcare costs
Isa Maria 1 copy

At Happy Children Happy World, we are glad to report that we were able to help two girls in September - October 2015.  We were able to make available much-needed funds to help these children.  Both of them are under ten years of age. Their parents struggle with little to no income. NAME: ISA MARIA, AGE: TEN YEARS OLD, MULLURKARA, THRISSUR, KERALA The back story of her medical condition: She is suffering from leukaemia and she has taken two cycles

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Happy Children Happy World Non Profit Officially Launched
The banner for Happy Children Happy World highlighting Child Labor and injustices being done to children across the world.

Pearland, Texas - Happy Children Happy World (.org) a 501 (c) (3) non profit that aims to empower children to a brighter future, held its launch event on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at the Hilton Garden Inn, Pearland. Started in August of 2014, Founder & CEO Jacob David said, “All great things have humble beginnings.” Van Truong Ly, a Director of the Board also spoke of his birth in Saigon, Vietnam where he survived dire poverty living in a family

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Launch Event – Happy Children Happy World
HCHW Invite eblast launch event

   

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Child homelessness increases in America
poor, sad little child girl sitting against the concrete wall

Like it or not, poverty among families in America is increasing. Families are ever struggling to keep up with the economy's recovery, while on the job front recovery is painfully slow.  The housing market has picked up once more and loans for residential homes are trickling down to qualified buyers. A majority of the non-qualified section of society are desperate to rent, even without a proper job or the right income as people need shelter for their

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Sharing what you have… heals you from poverty of the mind
DSCN4546 Boy smiling

We own material things - homes, cars, clothes, money, food, and there is an obligation, no, a mandate, to share these things with the poor.  Matthew 19:21 says "Jesus answered, "If you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me." This is a verse that Scott Neeson, a Hollywood executive took literally. He sold all he had, converted it to cash and founded the Cambodian

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Children learn more playing than in classrooms

By Jacob David Children live to play. Fond memories and friendships are formed by playing. Rules apply to games and structure through teams are formed. Team work is learned through the act of playing and learning to share amongst others. This is far more the most creative way for a child to engage his or her brain. Classrooms are far too structured, restricted and confining, stuffy is the word a child would use. There are books to be pored over and

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