In episode 175, Phil and Brandon talk with Ashlee Heiligman of Global Child Advocates about caring for vulnerable children in the midst of the conflict in Myanmar and the organization’s transition to family based care.

  • Ashlee shares about her background in working with at risk children and orphans (3:40)
  • What led Global Child Advocates to transition from a children’s home to family care (6:00)
  • Vulnerable groups that Global Child Advocates is serving (9:15)
  • GCA’s lessons learned from serving two different nations while transitioning to family based care (12:32)
  • Ashlee and Phil talk about educating people on why family based care is best for children (21:00)
  • How the military coup has affected orphans and vulnerable children in Myanmar (26:30)

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