- Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan)
Our resources: Orphanage, Shelter and Educational and Rehabilitation Center in Kyrgyzstan
Officially we are Non-profit Organization starting from 2003 in Kyrgyz Republic with the results of established our Orphanage, Children Home and shelter for poor people with rehabilitation services. Since 2005, our Foundation began to specialize exclusively in releasing and saving children from sexual and religious slavery; to establish Children Homes; to implement medical and educational programs for kids.
Immigrated to the USA, we could not stay apart of children’s problems and sometimes are shocked that such horrendous conditions and events still exist in the 21st century. In 2017 we have established Way of Mercy Charitable Foundation in Minnesota. Way of Mercy is dedicated to the mission to help kids in need.
Our vision is to raise awareness globally around the issue of sexual and extremist slavery. We are on a mission to attract more people who can help us fight slavery and save the children.
We help children to take care of themselves, support with medical treatment and rehabilitation; giving them education, food, shelter and above all complete safety.
Unfortunately we are faced with a number of problems. Our center is designed for a small number of children, a shortage of equipment, and of course the finances.
Now we are on the way to establish on our website a remote guardianship system. How will it work?
On our site, photos of children will be displayed briefly and the person who wants to help this baby or, if desired, several of them, could take guardianship. Sometimes $20 or even $10 could save kid’s life. For some countries this sum is equal to couple of cups of coffee.
Minnesota office as Foundation’s headquarter is a great opportunity to create very important programs for Central Asian children, to save thousands children’ lives and at the same time establish fruitful cooperation between the United States and Central Asian countries.
People of Kyrgyzstan remember American soldiers and civil staff of the U.S. Air Force Base in 2001-2014 located near Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. This Kyrgyzstan Air base installation was a tribute to the New York Fire Department Chief, Peter J. Ganci, Jr., who died in the terrorist attack of September 11.
We believe every child deserves a future. In the U.S. and around the world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.