While the world continues to operate through lockdown, Open Arms Infant Homes continue to work hard to provide the vital services that children in our care require. Of course, in lockdown, our operating procedures are very different, but our commitment to supporting a child's right to survival and development by providing life-changing care remains stronger than ever. Since March this year, we've continued to welcome babies for vital care.
Philemon and Maxwell both waved farewell to their carers in Mangochi recently and are now enjoying being back at home with their families. Looking at these two healthy, happy boys, it’s hard to imagine how they have coped with the journey that they have been on so far in their little lives…
Lots of little steps can add up to huge changes and this is especially true reading this year's newletter from Open Arms. Looking back on some fantastic work from the team in Malawi and the support that underpins this around the world, Read more here!
Twins, Victor and Vallela, arrived at Open Arms back in 2005 after being orphaned. Suffering complications following childbirth, their mother sadly died and afterwards, their father was nowhere to be found.