To Rebuild Broken Lives Of Children, To Give Them Hope, Love And The Opportunity To Dream Again.
Through Our Activities In helping The Vulnerable Children Into Mature responsible adults.
Bethany orphanage is like the pivot of Bethany Christian Center and links with all the other projects like the church, school, medical center and farm. The Orphanage was the pioneer at the Bethany Christian Center and opened it’s doors for the very first time on 1st march 2007. Started with 5 children to 12 then 48 and now 86 children are part of Bethany.
The mission of Bethany Orphanage is to serve the needs of poor orphaned and needy children and to equip them with the skills, knowledge, opportunity and self assertiveness required for them to live independently in society as opposed to poor children entering adulthood surviving on hand outs. The essential needs include nutrition, education, parental love, security, religious guidance, and opportunity for a brighter future. The entire Bethany Orphanage ministry strives to provide real hopes, dreams and plans for the future of the poor children. Bethany Orphanage is intended to serve as a model Home Care Center offering parental support that the children lost through unfortunate circumstances. Bethany in Hebrew means “the House of God.” we give our children at Bethany wings to fly as we equip them to be successful, responsible adults as they are the future leaders of tomorrow. We provide an environment where they receive parental love and Godly upbringing.
Together we are the doors of hope for the poor orphaned children and their communities. May God bless you and minister to your needs as you meet the needs of those in distress.
Bethany Orphanage has the following objectives in fulfilling its mission:
Provision of basic needs of shelter, food, security and health care for the children.
Facilitating nursery, primary (junior school) and secondary (high school) education for the children.
Providing skills in home economics, woodwork and agricultural skills for the personal development of the children and other disadvantaged people.
Provision of educational, recreational and other social resources, To foster and facilitate spiritual growth.
We have four housemothers