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Our Classroom

Our dedicated teacher is teaching a group of young, vibrant youngsters.

Reforestation Project

In efforts to become more economically self-sustainable, the Refuge of Hope has started a tree farm.

Quince tree farm

In efforts to become more economically self-sustainable, the Refuge of Hope has started a tree farm.

Nursery

Trees are donated by donors for $1 each. Student come before school to help the on-site agronomist plant seeds to make young saplings as seen here. The saplings are kept in a nursery until they are ready to be planted.

Farm House

Our farm house located on Quince Three Farm.

Gift of Hope

People with disabilities in the third world countries are often told that they have no value, that they cannot go to school or work. At the Refuge of Hope, they learn that they have many gifts, talents, and abilities, and that they can helop make the Refuge a success.

Brudit in the Field

Brudit, blind since the age of 5, studies Braille at the Refuge of Hope and is helping to clear the soil for planting.

Animal Farm Chickens

For $5, you can purchase a hen that will be raised at the Refuge of Hope. It will lay an egg each day, which will provide food for the children and generate profits when they are sold in the market.

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