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Ugandan orphanage struggles to cope with war, poverty, and HIV Special

Jinja - War, poverty, and HIV create hundreds of thousands of orphaned children in the small African nation. Digital Journal talks to Mutebe Moses, a native Ugandan, about efforts to cope with the mounting crisis.
Digital Journal Report by Justin King - 2 comments

Orphans beaten and kicked at orphanage in Russia

A video has surfaced showing teens at a orphanage in Russia, beating and kicking young orphans. It shows the young children lined up against the wall as they wait for their turn to be abused.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 4 comments

Photo Essay: Inside Infosys' program 'Become a Santa' Special

Samuel, studying in class 10, is happy that this year Santa brought him a new set of clothes. But unlike the traditional beard and red hat-toting Santa, his Santa was a code-crunching software professional at Infosys Limited.
Digital Journal Report by Varun B. Krishnan - 3 comments

South African orphanage 'too white' for donations

Pretoria - The Jakaranda Children's Home, a South African orphanage, said that it is losing funding due to the fact that 70 percent of its children are white.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Elephants of Sri Lanka: A Photo Essay Special

Elephants, elephants and more elephants. If you have a passion for pachyderms you can get your fix in Pinnawala, Sri Lanka, home of the Elephant Orphanage.
Digital Journal Report by Darren Weir - 9 comments

Child trafficking is rife in Nepal - legitimate orphanages suffer

Kathmandu - Due to widespread corruption and child trafficking, the Nepalese government currently has a freeze on international child adoption to Western countries. There have been rampant cases of abuse, false statements and fake documents.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 7 comments

Estonian orphanage fire kills ten

Haapsalu - A fire on Sunday tore through an Estonian home for disabled children, killing ten. The home was located in Haapsalu, on the central coast of Estonia.
In the Media by Ryan Mahon

Kidnapped Chinese Babies?

Paradoxically, the one-child policy in China has created a system where buying (or kidnapping) and selling babies is a lucrative business.
In the Media by Talia Carner

British student visits African orphanage, buys it for £30,000

After visiting an orphanage in Tanzania and seeing sub-standard care and service, a British student decided to buy and manage the orphanage herself.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 3 comments

Jessica Simpson Donates Minivan to Mexican Orphanage

Jessica Simpson delivers her promise of a minivan in person to an Orphanage in Mexico.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 6 comments
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