Typhoon season has become a nighmare for children at Agape Children's Home. Due to the history of the building, it leaks water from the roof. Children told us, "the typhoon was big, and the ceiling and walls were leaking water." Jimmy said, "were someone spraying water on his face during sleeping?" John said, "I don't know why my bed was wet, I didn't pee on it."
In the world, many children are suffering from poverty. They are homeless, parentless, uneducated, and malnourished. Based on the faith and hope of the mustard seed, the Mustard Seed Mission provides child care services, holistic youth development and supportive family services in order to restore family functions. For more than 60 years, the Mustard Seed Mission has conducted humanitarian projects in Taiwan, South Asia, and South-East Asia to support child education, youth career training, and family restoration. To be able to help more children and families, the Mustard Seed Mission plans to reconstruct the Agape Children's Home to a new multi-functional building. The new multi-functional building will provide a family-style environment for children in need. In addition, this new building will provide prevention services to meet the needs of families, combine community resources to establish a community care network, and help strengthen the family functions when going through difficulties and crisis situations.