What Is an Orphan?
An orphan is a child who has lost one or both of their parents. Orphans are often taken in by family members, foster families, or adopted into new homes. In some cases, orphans may be placed in an orphanage where they can receive care and support from staff members until they reach adulthood.
Orphaned children face many challenges as they grow up without the guidance and love of their parents. They may struggle with feelings of abandonment and loneliness due to not having a parental figure in their life. Additionally, orphans may have difficulty accessing education opportunities due to lack of financial resources or other forms of support that would otherwise be provided by parents. Despite these difficulties, there are organizations dedicated to helping orphans find loving homes and providing them with educational opportunities so that they can lead successful lives despite being parentless at such a young age.