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The Future Generation of Leaders for Liberia
These kids will be the future generation of leaders for the new Liberia. They are victims
of the 15-year civil war (1989-2004), that devastated Liberia and claimed more than
250,000 innocent lives.
We have been called by the Almighty God, in obedient to His Word, to feed, shelter,
educate, love, uncle, and to give them hope; because "Pure and undefiled religion
before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to
keep one-self unspotted from the world", James 1:27.
Please partner with us to take care of these fatherless and unfortunate children by
sponsoring one or two of them today. You will receive a photo, personal biography and
regular updates about your child or children. Please come to Liberia and help us.
Diana Massaquoi (Baby Dee)DOB: July 29, 2004
Diana was born in Monrovia, Liberia. Her father, Momo Massaquoi, died of
protracted illness when she was very young. Diana's mother was
distraught over the death of her husband, and soon started living in the
streets with her daughter. While living in the streets, Diana was badly
burned in her face. The Ministry of Health took Diana from her mother and
brought her to CVIM-Children of Hope Orphanage. Diana is now in good
health, going to school, and enjoying herself . She is the youngest at the
Janjay Borbor-DOB: October 15, 1999
Janjay was born in the city of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County. At the age
of 2 1/2 years old, his parents were killed in the Liberian 15-year
(1989-2004)civil war. Janjay was brought to CVIM-Children of Hope
Orphanage in 2007, when his aunt was unable to take good care of him.
Janjay enjoys soccer, checker, school, and loves his friends at the
orphanage. Janjay is funny - he likes to dance and sing.
Alfred Sumo-DOB: August 3, 1999
Afred was born in Bong County, in a rural area in northern part of
Liberia. He was orphaned at a very young age when his parents were
killed by unknown gunmen. He was brought to CVIM-Children of Hope
Orphanage in 2007. He loves being with his friends at the orphanage.
He loves school, soccer, and all sort of games. He started school late
because of the civil war.
Girl Yarmah -DOB: October 2, 2000
Girl Yarmah was born in Gbarnga-Bong County, Liberia. At the age of
4, her father was killed in a motorcycle accident while traveling from
Gbarnga to Monrovia. Gir Yarmah's mother took her to her aunt 's
house and disappeared up to present. Whether she was killed or she
is still living, we don't know. Her Aunt, being old and unable to take
care of her, brought Girl Yarmah to CVIM-Children of Hope Orphanage
in 2007. Girl has been blossomed in the loving, nurturing environment
at the orphanage. She is going to school and enjoying herself.
Below are few biographies and slideshow of our children at the
CVIM-Children of Hope Orphanage
Oretha polson-DOB: July 26, 1997
Oretha was born in Gbarnga-Bong County, Liberia. Her father was
killed by the LURD's rebels in 2001, during the uprising against the
government's forces. He was accused of supporting the government's
troops. Oretha was the sixth child of her parents. With the 85%
unemployment, Oretha's mother could not afford to support her to go
to school. Oretha loves kickball, friendly, and enjoys living at the
CVIM-Children of Hope orphanage. She sings in their devotions.
The slide show below shows few events of our children at the orphanage---in school,
chatting with visitors from the states, eating, christmas party, receiving christmas gifts...
Christ's Victory International Mission is a 501 (c)(3)non-profit ministry. If God moves your
heart to sponsor a kid or kids, adopt a project, donate, or want to join us to come to Liberia to teach
for a year or manage the orphanage for a year, contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org