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Cambia el mundo.
Empieza por las ninas y los ninos.

Father William Wasson, Bishop Ron Hicks, and Marlene Byrne

The inspirational book detailing the life of Father William Wasson, his philosophy, and how he changed the world is now available in Spanish. Father Wasson’s legacy includes nine homes for orphaned children in Latin America and the Caribbean as well as the only free pediatric hospital in Haiti. This book includes words from Father Wasson himself, his four principles of successfully raising compassionate children, and stories about those who were directly impacted by his unconditional love and support. The book showcases the way these principles affected the NPH children through stories of their ongoing success. All of the proceeds of this book support the children of NPH.

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Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos

Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH), Spanish for "Our Little Brothers and Sisters," is a network of nine orphanages in Latin America and the Caribbean, and St. Damien Hospital in Haiti, a free pediatric hospital.


But NPH is more than an orphanage – it is a home, a loving family where work, values, and education help children break the cycle of poverty. The homes are dedicated to raising children to become leaders in their own countries. 


Father William B. Wasson founded NPH in 1954 to meet the needs of vulnerable children in Mexico. His mission of love has spread to nine countries. Today, NPH is home to orphaned, abandoned, or disadvantaged children and works in local communities to help families in need.

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