Teaching orphans the art of living positively

Alabama, United States
31st May 2010

Located slightly off the Taiz road, just where it begins, the Sana’a Orphanage is a refuge for poor seven to 18 year-old children who are either without any family at all or fatherless. It offers shelter as well as complete basic education to these children, within its campus.

The gates opened showing a huge campus. A small boy led us to the wide corridor on the second floor of a building, where in a carpeted room, 40 boys aged eight to 13 were sitting on the floor. Sitting on a sofa facing them an Indian lady, and sitting upright on the floor a young college student and a man in his mid 40’s - the instructors.

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