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Miryam - Raz

Jul 11, 2019 • By Be'ad Chaim

Miryam and her husband are both migrant workers from the country of Georgia. They are both  lovely and very positive people, and they both enjoy living and working in Israel. 

When they discovered Miryam was pregnant they were very worried because they don’t have any health insurance in Israel.  Miryam heard about Be’ad Chaim towards the end of her pregnancy and came to meet one of our wonderful counselors.   She was very scared and had so many questions. The counselor was able to reassure her and happily agreed to help and assist her during this challenging time. 

It was then through your very generous sponsorship Miryam was able to become part of The Operation Moses Project. This provided her with new furniture for her baby and also monthly vouchers for a whole year to buy the other essentials that her baby would need.

Eventually they were able to find a good hospital where she could give birth that would charge them the least that any other hospital they had visited.  On the 7th June 2019 Miryam gave birth to a handsome little boy weighing 3,310 Kg. They named him Raz (Meaning Man of God).  It was a difficult natural birth, and praise God both mother and baby are healthy and doing well.  Miryam is breastfeeding Raz and also giving him formula because she doesn’t seem to have enough milk.  Unfortunately Miryam currently has a urine infection and will soon start taking antibiotics. Please pray for speeding healing, and full health for her.

Miryam’s husband is working in a factory and is providing and supporting  his family.  He is very happy about their new precious son.  He is helping as much as he can and sees fatherhood as a very special experience.

Miryam expressed her deep appreciation and gratitude for all the support her and her family have received.  She said “Thank you so much, your help is deeply appreciated. I don’t even have words to express how grateful and thankful I am”. 

Thank you very  much for your kind and generous support and for your continued prayers for Miryam and her family.