Widows and Abandoned Children

In South Asian culture, most widows are seen as a curse and shunned from society. Depending on the circumstances, they’re often ignored by even their close relatives.

Abandoned children also face extremely difficult conditions. On their own, they search for food in waste dumps and make their homes with trash and rubble.

Their Situation Can Improve

Your donation will provide Gospel for Asia-supported missionaries with the means to help these precious women and children of God.

Your gift will also give them the chance to hear about their Creator and a Savior that loves them so much that he died for their sins.

Know You Made a Difference

By giving to the widows and abandoned children of South Asia, you ensure that they’re taken care of and shown love. Continue this week knowing your action has truly made a difference.


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Widows: A Desperate Struggle for Survival

For over 40 million widows in South Asia, life is a desperate struggle for survival. Blamed for their husbands’ deaths, they’re forsaken by their families, shunned by their friends and despised by their communities.

  • One in four homes in India is home to a widow.
  • 92 percent of India’s women age 70 and older are widows.
  • Street begging or prostitution often becomes a way of life.
  • Many are left caring for their children with little help from relatives.


In order to provide for themselves and their children, many resort to gathering food from the trash. Some gain income only from selling their bodies on the streets. For those who cannot bear the shame, suicide is their only escape

You Can Deliver Hope

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