In January 2024, we provided the Nhan Ai Orphanage with a much-needed security system. Nhan Ai is a very large orphanage, with multiple buildings over a big property. The nuns had told us that the orphanage had had some problems with thieves and wanted to ensure the children’s safety at all times. So, they researched having security cameras and automatic lights installed, and we told them that we would fund the project.
Workers completed the installation in January. In addition to sending us some pictures of the installation, the nuns also sent some fun pictures of the children snacking on sea snails from local beaches.
This large project was sponsored by Tiffany Nguyen. Thank you!!!
ABOUT THE NHAN AI ORPHANAGE
Founded in 1996 by Sister Nguyen Thi Bao Quyen, the Nhan Ai Orphanage resides behind the Giao Xu Phu Nhon Catholic Church in Cam Ranh, to the south of Nha Trang. The orphanage is run by the nuns of Nhan Ai and relies entirely upon donations, most of which come from people in the community. Nhan Ai is the largest orphanage that we assist and houses approximately 130 orphans in a wonderfully tranquil home.
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