The United States
We offer support for the US foster system and domestic adoption, as well as help women in crisis pregnancy.
Our primary goal in Haiti is to provide a safe home and family environment for orphaned or at-risk children.
In His Hands worked to find families for abandoned children in The Philippines. We assisted through creating awareness and helping with adoption grants. IHH also partnered with Madison Adoption Associates to facilitate an orphan hosting program, through which participating orphans would spend a month with a hosting family in the United States. The ultimate goal for these children was to find their permanent families.
In His Hands partnered with C3 Missions to fund the establishment of an orphan care village in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, providing a safe home and family environment for children who do not have parents.
In His Hands partnered with C3 Missions to fund the establishment of an orphan care village in Kampala, Uganda, providing a safe home and family environment for children who do not have parents.
In His Hands assisted with the operating and development costs of Children's Redemption Orphanage Home, an orphan care village in Sierra Leone that serves as a valuable resource both for orphaned children and for families in the community.
Armed conflict, family poverty, unemployment, alcoholism and drug use have fueled mass abandonment of children in Ukraine. Of the country's eight million children, some 96,000 live in state-run institutions. In His Hands works to support these children in the following ways: adoption awareness and grants.
Of the 20 million children classified as orphans in India, ninety-nine percent have living parents*. Child abandonment has become a major crisis in India, with an estimated 60,000 children abandoned every year. In His Hands works to support India's abandoned children in the following ways: awareness, adoption grants, and practical support.