Name: Victor Manuel Salazar
Date of Birth: 12/3/2002
Victor’s mother gave him away when he was 3 months old to a children’s home. Nobody knows anything about her. He was there for 11 years before he was transferred to Rehoboth because they didn’t work with children older than 8.
He is receiving treatment because he has a problem with his eyes, but is otherwise very healthy. He receives extra help to improve his reading and writing. Victor loves to play soccer with the other kids and has adapted to life at the home very quickly.
Location: Rehoboth Orphanage
Rehoboth Children’s Home is located in the town of Chimaltenango, located 35 miles west of Guatemala City. Rehoboth is home to boys and girls between two and 18 years old. The name of the home is based on Genesis 26:22. In this passage, Isaac had dug two wells in the new land and those around him quarreled with him, saying it was theirs. Once he had dug the third well, no one quarreled over it and he named it Rehoboth, saying, “Now the Lord is given us Room and will flourish in the land.” This means a lot to the children of Rehoboth; it reminds them that though their parents and others have abandoned them, God has made room for them. Guatemala has one of the highest violent crime rates in Latin America; your sponsorship will help this child.
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