January 1, 2017
People would face with many struggle in life because of their youth when they could be studied for life career. Fortunately, they can grow up successfully but sometimes they can’t. The important thing is to grow regularly through well their life. Which can see very clearly in the world. Although some people can be successful their life, some people can’t through have to struggle in their life. Most of them who can’t effort, are growing up without guideline from their relatives or their parents for their life career. They are the disadvantaged children.
The definition contrasts with concepts of orphans in many initialized countries, where a child lost both parents qualify as an orphan. According to UNICEF and numerous international organization, single orphan, who has lost one parent and double orphan who lost both parent. In 2016, UNICEF estimated that 140 million children worldwide are orphans. Vice president of our Mary K. Yap foundation, Mr. Peter K. Yap is a great philanthropist who love to spend his leisure time with philanthropist works and holding a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Business from San Francisco State University, a Master of Business Administration Degree from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, and completed the Stanford Executive Program (SEP) at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, USA. He is a proud father of four young children.On Dec 23rd, 2016 Mr. Peter along with his 6 team member visited to the Franciscan Missionary of Mary sisters’ orphanage from Hmawbi, Yangon Division by his sympathetic chivvy. He and his team carried the educational books, the knowledge books, umbrellas and biryani (for lunch) with the secret gift for 31 female teenagers from orphanage. Today, the hero team would donate the lunch and these things to the children. Mr. Peter and his team thought that they would be able to upgrade the strength of the lives of these poor children. They wanted them to have a better future. They knew that the millions of children around the world are facing the lack of basic necessities such as food, clothing, education and accommodation.
Mr. Peter advised to poor children that “there are a lot of children like you all are growing up very cleverly. You can catch, too. If you might try to get the opportunity of your life, don’t forget to check your potential every day. If you ran yesterday, today you should try to run faster than yesterday. That is how to train your potential to a higher level preparing to catch opportunity in your life. If you want to be a successful person for your future, you should try to upgrade your potential yourselves.”
At this movement, all children from orphanage were over joined with satisfaction. Mr. Peter wanted to share his humanitarian sense with these poor children during Christmas. He trusts that the Christmas time is a time when anyone wants to stay with family but these orphans can’t. So he decided to create this trip by sharing love and wish to them. And he believes that the best Christmas gift for them could be created by him.
After sharing his experience, Mr. Peter launched a happy Christmas for them with the secret gift, one of the famous magician in Myanmar, “Magician Minn Let Yarr”.
“I’m really owe a lot of gratitude to Mr. Peter who gave me the opportunity to make the children happy with smiling faces owing to my magic performances. Today is a special day of my life. I’m really pay thank homage for his generous charity and also thanks to Mary K. Yap Foundation on behalf of Myanmar orphan communities.” Said Mr. Minn Let Yarr who created the smile on the children faces.
As expected by Mr. Peter, all the children were excited happy with smiles of gratitude shown on them by Minn Let Yarr’s magical performances also amused them very much.
About Franciscan Missionary of Mary Sister orphanage a .k .a Myittamon Orphanage, Hmawbi, Yangon.
Franciscan Missionary of Mary Sister Orphanage which started during the horrific period following the Cyclone Nargis in 2008 when more than 138,000 lives were lost and many children were displaced, orphaned, or cast into poverty. At this orphanage, there are 31 children who are attending the school in this year, 2016.
About Mary. K. Yap Foundation:
A non-profit organization under the section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, registered in State of Delaware, U.S.A with (EIN47-2687230). One of the ultimate aims of the foundation is to provide orphans of all ages in Myanmar with shelter, food, healthcare and basic education. The generous contributions and donations extended by friends and family members of Mary K. Yap Foundation are made available for better lives of children.