Orphanage: House of Hope Zacapa
Sayda is a spunky little girl with a very playful personality. She is in the 1st grade, loves to sing and dance, and knows a little bit of English.
Interested in Parent-Partnering Sayda? Contact us!
Guatemala is located in Central America, bordered by Mexico, Belize, the Caribbean, Honduras, El Salvador and the Pacific Ocean.
Though the main language spoken in Guatemala today is Spanish, there are 21 other Mayan dialects spoken in Guatemala.
Home to 14 million people, it is the second most populated country in South and Central America.
UNICEF estimates that there are over 370,000 orphans in Guatemala.
Houses of Hope is an international nonprofit orphan care organization with orphanages in 5 different countries. Guatemala was the first country where Houses of Hope International began rescuing and caring for orphans and the Home in Zacapa is run by Greg and Sarita Miller. Over the last 20 years HOH Zacapa has established 6 children’s homes, 8 missionary apartments, a full-time community center, and most recently a new volunteer team house. To learn more about them, visit their website by clicking the logo above!