This Girl Shares Her Home with 50 Orphans

This is how one girl changed the lives of hundreds with this one thought: “Forget the 80 million, start with one”.

While  Maggie Doyone was walking down a road in Nepal, she saw a girl carrying a load on her back. The job of this orphaned girl was to carry loads into villages to earn money for feeding her family.

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Feeling devastated, Doyone began to read about orphans to discover that there are eight million orphans living this way around the world.

Days later, she met an 8-year-old girl, who made Doyone to think about doing something to provide help to those orphaned children. With financial help from her family, Doyone immediately bought a piece of land and built a home and school for those orphans.

“The world will change when our children and women are educated,” Doyone says. “I want to create a world that I want to see every day.”

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A Muslim is encouraged to look after and take care of children who have no parents and to treat them justly.

The Prophet (peace be upon him) gave glad tidings to those who excel in their kindness towards the orphans, “I and the one who cares for the orphans excellently will be as close in Paradise as these two fingers of mine!” (Al-Bukhari)

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