The following update was a letter from our partner organization Daklak Ministries.
Dear Transparent Fish Fund,
Last month, there were many visitors at my home, and there is a story I would like to tell you. I know a lady named Xan-Diu. She was 7 months pregnant when I first met her and was anxious since she has had a history of premature births. Her husband and father in-law are both mentally ill and her older daughter who is 9 year old cannot walk or speak. Her baby was born at 3.3 pounds, but luckily he survived and is 6 month old now. In May, while I was serving God’s works in Tuy Hoa, the news came to me that her husband Dung was lost. I then posted the information to look for him on the internet. We prayed, and finally we found him and brought him home.
Another story, 3 weeks ago, about 11pm when I was sleeping, a phone call from Ms Ngan, reported that there was a 17 day old baby that needed an adoption. Since it was late, I didn’t talk much but told her that I would come tomorrow. The following morning when I was praying in the church, she called again. I finally ran over to a hot and tiny dorm room, located upstairs, to see Ms Ngan, Mrs. Loan, and her new born girl Thien Nhi. Mrs. Loan is a 22 year old Pharmacy Technician and was raped by a neighbor. I took Mrs. Loan and the baby home with me and I am currently trying to contact the child's father. He needs to take responsibility for his actions for the well-being of his child. I have kept the baby’s birth certificate as an evidence.
I will send more information for you in the next letter. Wishing you and your family peace and happiness.
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