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COUNTRIES.

Restore a Child is proud to be able to help serve thousands of children all over the world. We are currently serving ten countries, plus others in the past. Please take a moment to read about our work in each of these poverty stricken areas and visit our donation area to see where you can help bring assistance to these underprivileged children.

These are the countries that Restore a Child is currently serving: ArgentinaChadHaitiIndonesiaKenyaSierra LeoneSouth SudanTanzaniaUkraineUSA.

Argentina

Restore a Child is reaching out to the vulnerable Guarani indigenous children in Misiones, Argentina in partnership ... Read more

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Haiti

From 2005-2012 in Montrouis, Haiti, Restore A Child provided food and education to 177 students ... Read more

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South Sudan

Restore a Child is helping 300 poor and orphaned children from the total of 950 students in the Juba Adventist School ... Read more

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USA

Restore a Child first year of operation was in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area
where the Founder worked ... Read more

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Sierra Leona

Sierra Leone is the country where the Ebola virus struck in 2010. Restore a Child since then partnered with ... Read more

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Chad

One of Restore a Child’s essential mandates is the healing ministry of Jesus. We supported the work of missionary medical ... Read more

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Kenya

Restore a Child started sponsoring orphan children in Nairobi and the remote villages in 2005. In 2007 we helped dig ... Read more

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Tanzania

For the past nine years, Restore a Child has provided care and education in boarding schools for children who have been ... Read more

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Ukraine

Restore a Child is building four schools in Ukraine: Kharkiv, Bucha, Luviv and Carpathia. All the schools belong to the ... Read more

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Indonesia

Responding to the great Indonesian Tsunami in December 2004, Norma Nashed wrote an article in the local newspaper with ... Read more

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