Construction is underway!

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Interview with Sister Justine

HEALTH SECURTY PROGRAM

On April 15 PFHS launched a preventative health measure for the children of PFHS. All are very vulnerable since they are all in treatment for HIV.  Sr. Justine has designed a program for the 36 children who will be guests of PFHS once it opens. Each has received a full hygiene kit, vitamins,   supplements, additional nutritious food and Veronica wash bucket. Plus an assigned staffer will make weekly visits to check on each child. If you would like to make a donation to this program please use our DONATE LINK.

COMPOUND WALL INITIATIVE

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but the covid-19 pandemic has caused PFHS to recalibrate our timeline regarding building our compound wall. With a covid-19 vaccine 12-18 months away, we have decided that in the best practice for the health and welfare of the children, we should immediately build the compound wall. By being in a contained environment, our reverend sisters will have the best opportunity to care for the children. 

Sponsor a Child

“Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”

– Matthew 25:40-45

Volunteers Needed

West African Catholic Children’s Home Needs Your Help!

Bishop Konzen

Pope Francis Home and School was well  represented last month in Rome. One of our Advisory Board members, the Most Reverend Bishop Konzen SM, Archdiocese of Atlanta met Pope Francis.  Bishop Konzen was a part of a
US delegation of Bishops to meet the Holy Father.

We are nearly there!

Phase 1 of Pope Francis Children’s Home & School is nearly 100% funded! This first phase includes dormitories for the girls and boys, housing for the sisters, latrines & showers, medical clinic, and kitchen! Your generosity to the HIV children in the Volta Region makes this possible.