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OBV Children

Wednesday, 02 October 2013 23:30

Diffcult to go, I will hold your hand ...

- Mom, tomorrow I will have school

- Yeah, last time, "uncle" took you to school.  Tomorrow, you will go by yourself, ok?

- Mom, I am scared.  Please take me to school one more time, then I will be my own next time.


Sister Le and the children of OBV Cambodia


Sister Le is a Franciscan nun. In a short amount of time before returning to Malaysia, Sister has arranged the time to visit and play with the children at the house of OBV in Cambodia. Here was her reflection of interactive days with the children:

Saturday, 21 September 2013 13:09

Mid-autumn Festival 2013

      

 

 

To know more about Trung Thu / Mid-autumn Festival, please read here

 

Conjunctivitis was spreading among all of us at OBV house.  Because we had focused to treat our eyes, we decided not to celebrate Mid-autumn Festival this year.  In addition, it rained all day deterring any attempt to celebrate the festival outdoor.

 

Saturday, 21 September 2013 00:00

The Door is Open, Do You Dare to Walk In?


The school where she will enrolled in beginning of October


After the OBV house reopened in Vietnam over 3 years ago, she was the first child whom we had found and brought home, through the recommendation of a reporter whom had collaborated closely with the organization of OBV.


 

The children of OBV Campodia happily welcome Trung Thu 

To know more about Trung Thu, please read here

Although they could not watch the fullmoon nor parade with lanterns, the childrens still had a joyfull night.

Monday, 16 September 2013 00:00

Finding school

  

Because of getting too old, plus missing documents, two of the OBV children are ineligible to go to regular public school. OBV management had to look for other school programs.

Tuesday, 10 September 2013 00:00

A Roof of Love


The children of OBV Cambodia

 

The new home of the OBV children in Cambodia is located in the heart of Phnom Penh. With the hope that the children would have a better place to live which is fully equipped, and most importantly, for them to have an education in a very prominent school. Father Thong and the rest of the household did not mind the difficulty of finding a home, processing the birth certificates, and transfering school for the children; with the important contribution from the benefactors.


Interviewing once is not enough

The lighted book, researched pen surged here

Determined to returned to the land of Cu

Plying to refresh and meet again tomorrow

Tuesday, 10 September 2013 00:00

New motorbikes for our children

Daddy Thong promised to present the children with a new motorbike to travel when they go to university or start working. Therefore this morning Vietnamese OBV bought 2 new motorbikes for our children to fulfill Daddy's promise.

Sunday, 08 September 2013 20:18

Hundred Years To Raise Up a Human

Recently, all resident managers had been very busy with new construction and not have enough time to look after all children.  Therefore, daily routines had been disrupted.  If we did not organize things soon enough, there would be more issuses.

In order for the new school year to be faithful, the new living place to be peaceful, daily reminder is not enough.  All resident managers have to spend one day with the children as below:

   - In the morning, Sr T escorted all older children to the nearby market to shop for clothes and books.  Mom N. had a private meeting with younger kids at home.

   - In the afternoon, Sr T went through youngerkids’ clothing while Mom met privately with older kids.

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