Our GSAM Banbassa Indian orphanage visit
The GSAM was started in 1948 in a remote jungle area of Northern India, on the border of Nepal near a town called Banbassa. The “mission” is now surrounded by many villages and small towns. There are approximately 80 orphan children on the mission, ranging from newborn to young adults.
Though it is partially self-supporting thanks to a 60 acre farm, the GSAM relies primarily on help from caring individuals to keep changing the lives of so many orphan children. The mission is largely run on a communal basis.
Facebook comments from Clifton in appreciation of out teams efforts.
Our new Small Girls Hostel is now complete, we are so grateful to all the amazing people who helped make it a reality! Not only do we have this amazing new building but we also have a 53m long undercover raised walkway to protect our kids from the monsoon rains and summer sun -complete with solar lighting!
For more information about our orphanage: http://www.indianorphanage.com
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