The children at our Round Home in the Philippines help tend the farm animals and the gardens at the home. This is primarily a part of our holistic approach to therapy, but this practice has also made the home somewhat self-sustaining. While the children are learning to nurture, they are also helping to meet their own physical needs amidst sudden local scarcity.
Meanwhile, the children are processing the instability of our world and that can be especially difficult for survivors of child trafficking. But our workers are there with them, finding therapeutic messages during this global crisis that will help the children to persevere in their healing journey.