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The Rebecca Wilson Home (Bangladesh Girls Orphanage)


The Rebecca A. Wilson Home for Girls is an orphanage located in the southeastern part of Bangladesh. In 2016, it officially opened with six girls who were orphaned, abandoned, or from left-behind communities.

Presently, there are 21 girls, ages 5-14, who are staying at this home. All the basic needs of life are being meant such as food, clothes, accommodations, medications, education, and recreation with full security.

These children are at risk of sexual harassment, early marriage, trafficking, and drug addiction. Plus they would never have the opportunity to get an education if they remained in their communities. But at the Rebecca A. Wilson Home, they are now enrolled in education and have a way to transform their lives. By living in the home, their lives will be holistically changed, and they will not be a burden but a blessing to family, church, community, and country.

The Generation Church (formerly Greely Wesleyan Church) is the regular supporter from the start of this project. Now two more individual supporters are also supporting the operational cost since January 2019.