CAMPAIGN AGAINST  CHILD SEX EXPLOITATION AND TRAFFICKING

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The 2nd of February is another day that our “father” and all of his volunteers came to re-visited us, the children of OBV, for the last time before returning back to the United States. Most of us was at school and only some of us are home. Thus, in the afternoon, we all finally made it home one after another and gathered inside our little house filled with love and laughter in the atmosphere.

Wednesday, 08 February 2012 18:10

Thoughts after New Year

“Try to the best of your ability, the results is up to God…”

I cannot recall since when I had memorized this saying “right eye twitches means bad things, and when the left eye twitches it means good luck.” Although I am not superstitious but after several occasions; I started to notice. Once the first three days of the New Year passed, I started to prepare for the arrival of the children, suddenly, my right eye twitched continuously. I wonder what could happen this time.
Wednesday, 28 December 2011 06:23

Story of a "special class"

"Special class"

 

Every Saturday, I have the chance to visit OBV house to share with OBV children some practical life lessons and survival skills. Each week, each lesson leaves me with a different impression and through that I am able to understand them and love them more. One of the lessons that was quite memorable was about “the value of cooperation”.

Monday, 24 October 2011 22:52

Short song - Blending in

Rescue and take the child to OBV House

 

 

We have been anxiously waiting for the arrival of a new member to our house. We have two new members joining us this week, one child who’s 10 from Province C. and another girl who’s almost 13 years old from Province B.. Different plants bloom different flowers just as every family has its own situation, none are the same. But the similarities are they are our focus and all of their situations are heartbreaking.

Saturday, 15 October 2011 22:01

The ponderous things

 

Every time I receive a phone call from my “colleagues”, these two lines are always the conversation starter, “how are you?” and “how are the kids?” As usual I always respond quickly with “I’m good, after 60 years and still running great”. But the response to the second question, I never seem to have a good answer; because it has never been smooth. That is the thing that I ponder the most.