Love always finds a way.
How a mother found the strength to raise eight boys on her own and a son found the strength to smile.
At one month old, Mirian weighed just four pounds. Five months later, with the support of our local partners, she had transformed into a happy, chubby baby.
Neilsen helped a mission organization that flew doctors into Madagascar to provide cleft care, but he knew local doctors were as capable as those flying in.
Aunt Rebecca did not trust that her sister would provide Samson with the special care he needed. So, she brought him back to the place he was born, the tiny-two room house he now shared with 13 relatives, all female.
For 70 years, Pyari knew little besides rejection and heartbreak, until you gave her hope. And a smile.
When Valery was born, her parents cried at the sight of her cleft. Now, thanks to continuing treatment sponsored by Smile Train, Valery fills their lives with song and music.
When Zena's family thought they could never afford cleft treatment for their daughter, you gave them hope.
Auner was lucky to survive long enough to enter our partner's care. Now, he's thriving and smiling.
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