We have been working with Special Needs Orphans in Uzbekistan. Would you like to partner with us in this work?

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Good afternoon, we have been working with Special Needs Orphans in Uzbekistan. Our goals are to train them self-sufficiency through the application of skills in the following areas: household management, social adjustment, functional communication, self-management, and community living. In addition, we train in appropriate job skills for special needs young adults so that they are employable. Educate on life skills for special needs young adults, providing opportunities for practical experience in financial management, public transportation, conflict resolution, building relationships. We help them to develop as contributing members of society that identify themselves as belonging rather than outcast. Challenge the community perception of people with disabilities in such a way that gains community acceptance and encourages parents to keep their children rather than institutionalize them. Train parents of special needs children on how to care for and what to expect for their child. Create products/services that help the project be self-sustaining. Would you like to partner with us in this work? Please let us know what you think about it. Look forward to hear from you.
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Rzgar Suleyman

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Shannon Massey, Employee

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Good morning Rzgar, 
Thank you so much for reaching out to us! I would like to first tell you how wonderful it is to hear what you are doing for these families in Uzbekistan! While we love to hear that you are helping them, we sadly will not be able to partner with you, as Compassion does not work in this area. Please know that we truly wish you the best of luck in growing your ministry to help these wonderful people. May God bless you in all that you do! 

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