For most people, the thought of India conjures images of bright silk saris, the scent of curry, and the sounds of busy streets. It is a land known for its exotic blend of Asian and British influences, major world religions, and masterful architecture. But few realize this flavorful country is home to more AIDS orphans than any other country in the world.
Because the Indian government does not provide for its orphans, many children are left to the streets or sold to the highest bidder.
The Boaz Project partners with Indian Christians who welcome the orphaned into their homes. By helping provide necessities like food and education, the ministry encourages these house parents and enables them to take even more children in off the streets. Instead, the children are raised in loving homes where Christ is known.
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