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General Questions

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  • How many children are in the NPH family?
  • Where are the NPH orphanages located?
  • What does Pequeño mean?
  • Are the children adoptable?
  • Do the children have contact with their families outside of NPH?
  • How old are children when they leave NPH?
  • Can I visit the NPH homes?
  • What is the Pequeño Tour?

Sponsorship Questions

  • May I write to my godchild?
  • May I send a gift to my child?
  • What is the Sharing Fund?
  • May I visit my godchild at the NPH home?
  • How long does my godchild need a Godparent?
  • Am I the only godparent to my godchild?
  • Does my donation go directly to my godchild?
  • If I send a letter to my child, how long does it take before I can get an answer?
  • How often do I get mail from my child?
  • Can I stay in touch with my child when they leave NPH?



Census and Statistics

Statistics of all NPH Homes over 2015:

3,417Total children cared for living in our homes
463New arrivals in our homes
613Children living with HIV that receive antiretrovirals
700Honduras Holy Family Surgery Center surgeries
36NPH university graduates
159NPH high school graduates
1,550Children from low-income households that attend NPH schools
283NPH youths that earned a vocational certification
141Full-time volunteers
985NPH staff and youths that received childcare and leadership training
630Holy Sacraments (First Communion, Baptism, Confirmation, Quinceañeros)
95,481Services provided through community outreach programs

Medical Services

562Chronic conditions (children living in the homes)
63HIV (children living in the homes)
1,960Well child visits
3,177Vaccine doses
88Hospitalized (mostly for surgeries) others for emergencies (broken arms, and traumas)
55Child surgeries
13,205Physician consults
8,463Nurse consults
1,348Therapies (PT, OT, Speech, Psychological)
3,343Dental consults




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