When babies come they come with a referral letter from social services in the area where they were found, a police report and a referral from a health care institution.
This time the area where the baby was found had been very pro-active and the social services had linked together with health and together they had investigated all the known pregnant women who had just delivered....they checked and they were informed that one lady was missing and through this we could figure out who the baby belonged to. The family was found eventhough the mother was missing from the area. The uncle of the mother acknowledged that the baby belonged to his family and currently we are negotiating with the family to take the baby. The uncle is willing but he wants to make sure that all the family is in agreement with this.
In the meantime we are caring for the little baby and she is doing very well.
We are pleased when we find family willing to take these baby into their family so that the baby will have a less psychologically traumatized future. Knowing where you come from and where you belong is so important for the well-being of a child and we are happy that we can assist both children and families in these matters.
We couldn't do this without your vital support and we thank you very much for this!
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