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Daemon
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 12:00:00 AM
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Orphanages have existed since the first century. Often depicted in works of fiction as cold, abusive institutions, orphanages largely fell out of favor in the 1950s, following a series of abuse and coercion scandals. Many countries then began to close such facilities in favor of foster care and accelerated adoption, leading to a dramatic rise in the number of citizens from so-called First-World countries who travel to the Third World to adopt. Where was the first orphanage in the US located? More...
ZeedMack
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 6:46:24 AM
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Edhi Foundation Pakistan is one of the world's leading orphanages providing The Edhi Foundation provides a number of services, emergency and non-emergency, to the general public. In addition to emergency medical services and private ambulance services, the organization also renders aid to women and children in need, assists with missing persons cases, and helps in covering burial and graveyard costs of unclaimed and unidentified bodies during times of disaster and tragedy.

In 2005 alone, the Edhi Foundation provided $100,000 in aid to relief efforts following Hurricane Katrina. yet it's name has not been considered in this article ???
HoosierDaddy
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 10:49:20 AM

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ZeedMack wrote:
Edhi Foundation Pakistan is one of the world's leading orphanages providing The Edhi Foundation provides a number of services, emergency and non-emergency, to the general public. In addition to emergency medical services and private ambulance services, the organization also renders aid to women and children in need, assists with missing persons cases, and helps in covering burial and graveyard costs of unclaimed and unidentified bodies during times of disaster and tragedy.

In 2005 alone, the Edhi Foundation provided $100,000 in aid to relief efforts following Hurricane Katrina. yet it's name has not been considered in this article ???


Sounds like a great organization. Thanks for sharing
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