Sponsoring Orphans

Orphan’s sponsorship

HAI runs activities in relation for various humanitarian aspects. Practically, childhood and orphans’ care administration is the concerned body for orphans’ affairs, offering support and care for them as well as their families. In addition, the administration is also interested in other important sectors; such as: the disabled, poor families, students and orphans who are the major beneficiaries. Approaching the end of 2008, HAI sponsors more than 50 thousand orphans.

What are the conditions for sponsoring an orphan through HAI?

This requires some conditions to be fulfilled. The most important is that any orphan’s place of residency must be in an area where it is possible for our field office to follow him/ her up easily. To add, the orphan must not be older than 14 years in the beginning of the sponsorship.

When does the sponsorship terminate?

When the orphan is 18 years old, sponsorship is stopped for he/ she is able to depend on him/ herself besides planning to give the chance for another orphan to be sponsored. In addition, sponsorship is also stopped in cases where an orphan girl got married. Further, in cases when the orphan has changed his/ her residency place to a new one where it is impossible for us to reach, the sponsorship is shifted to another orphan after informing the sponsor and having his/ her approval.

 Where does HAI sponsor orphans?

HAI sponsors orphans in countries where it is active. To make it clear, the areas of HAI work are: UAE, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, Senegal, Iraq, Kyrgyz, Bosnia, Kosovo, India, Bangladesh, and Niger.

Can I be acquainted with the orphan’s affairs whom I sponsor?

The administration of childhood and orphans’ care is considered in advance development when compared with its similar ones in other humanitarian organizations. This is the result of adopting modern electronic systems besides inspecting the orphans through 300 supervisors. Hence, HAI is capable of providing semiannual report that identifies the orphan’s conditions; in particular, health, educational, social clarifications. Moreover, you will receive an attached photo for the orphan, a letter that he/she wrote, and a copy of the last academic certificate that the orphan got.