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    Orphanage Research Paper

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    Stephanie Mendoza RST 21 April 22, 2014 Professor Polluck The Church and the Orphanages Home is a place where children are meant to feel good and comfortable. When a place like home is not available, many children are left with the only choice of living on the streets or an orphanage. Life can be very harsh to children especially if both of their parents died. When a child is left alone because of the death of his parents he becomes an obligation to his closest relatives. However, they are not obligated

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    Orphanages A big theme in the story “The Kite Runner” by Khaled Hosseini is fear. Fear was a feeling that swept the country of Afghanistan prior to the Taliban’s infiltration, and it was an emotion that could be found in even the simplest of activities. For example, Rahim Khan once told Amir about his experience at a soccer match, where the hollers of the man beside him resulted in a Taliban soldier hitting Rahim in the face with the butt of his rife. Rahim sat still and remained quiet, in fear

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    upon thousands of children are kept in orphanages. These children, who have no home, no parents, and no siblings to play with, are kept in a place where all they have left is their childhood; and even that is taken away from them in these living hells. Most people would define the word orphanage as a public or private institution for the care and protection of children without parents. However, this definition is far from what orphanages actually are. Orphanages do not institute care and protection

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    The Story of Yana

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    and taught her more than the kids in the city. Yana was offered an accounting job because of her education, but, knowing that she is not one to achieve greatness, decided she should be the one to help others do incredible things. So she started an orphanage herself. Yana was preparing Rojões à Moda do Minho, a meal that Father João had taught her to make. Yana had been modifying the recipe over the years, attempting to achieve the taste of Father’s Rojões à Moda do Minho, to no avail. While cutting

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    Do the children in an orphanage feel special or unique, or just unwanted? Do they have the privilege of having someone to talk to when needing advice or to discuss the turmoil within their own hearts? Are these children taught right from wrong or discipline? Are they given the chance to find out who they truly are, or are the forced to grow up and care for the ones around them, leaving them with limited childhood memories or carefree times. In Russia children in orphanages may never experience a

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    will love them as if they are their own biological child. If you have ever seen the show Futurama, you will know that Leela was abandoned at birth because her parents thought that she was too good to live in the sewer with them. Leela grew up in an orphanage and all she wanted to be is in a family with people that loved her. Many children want the same thing that Leela wanted. If a child does get picked to live with the person that is choosing them, the child has to feel like the person that is choosing

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    Calculating number of births around the world is a struggled statistic that even big organizations like UNICEF or World Health Organization fail to conclude. There is only an estimate that can be made based on the data collected worldwide as to how many children are born every day. The speculated reason is, that not all the births get registered and not all newborns survive. Imagine, how many children born every day will get a decent quality of life? How many of the born will actually survive their

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    The Adoption Process

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    The Adoption Process International adoption Have you ever wondered about International adoption? Well it is your lucky day. International adoption has changed so many kids’ lives! Think about you being a baby for adoption. You are in an orphanage. No International adoption only people in your country would be able to adopt you. However no one wanted you, but someone in a different country wants to adopt you. There is International adoption. Then a week later the people from a different country can

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    Unfortunately, these children are not as lucky as others and are sent to an orphanage, waiting day by day for some place to call home. In the orphanages, the children often share small beds and enough food, clothes and shoes for all of the children aren’t always available. Most orphanages are very straight-laced and stringent due to the fact that very few adults are caring for an abundance of unwieldy children. Living in an orphanage is not equitable to the young children. These children are very needy

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    was it for you to focus on school or even work? Children that live in these poor orphanages are under a great deal of stress hoping that one day they will too belong to a family that loves them, where they will be able to attend a school where they can make new friends. If the child was in an orphanage, he or she may experience developmental delays and other problems. Not all children who spend time in an orphanage are developmentally delayed. Children who do experience delays usually rebound to

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