As of 2014 there have been 220 beloved children who have called the Baby Home "home". In compliance with the Tanzanian Social Welfare Policy we cannot provide specifics about each of these children. Many of these little ones were found abandoned in ditches or in front of the local police station. Some spent their first months at the government hospital, underweight, unwell and alone - after mom had died in childbirth. Others were brought to the Baby Home by loving mothers too ill with TB or HIV to provide breastmilk and too impoverished to buy formula, knowing their baby would die without releasing him or her into the care of others.
167 of these children now live with families - biological or adoptive - because of Forever Angels' efforts. Those without a family home to go to remain loved by all at the Baby Home until they transition to area orphanages intended for older children.