Shila is a mother to three precious children, Roni (6), Shani (5) and now the newborn baby. She emigrated to Israel from the country of Georgia many years ago, together with her family.
Shila is in a relationship with an Arab man, originally from Gaza. He grew up in Israel but his citizenship was cancelled and now he is unable live in Israel. He is supporting Shila when he is able to, but currently he is unemployed. They are both really struggling in their relationship, arguing and often fighting, mainly because of their financial situation. Please pray for the Lord to reunite them, to be able to live together and build a strong and loving family.
When Shila discovered she was pregnant again she didn’t know what to do, being in a very complicated relationship and in the midst of a difficult financial situation. This was her third pregnancy from the same partner. Sadly her first pregnancy ended in a miscarriage and the second one she decided to abort. This time both Shila and her partner decided to receive little Adel as a gift from God, believing if it was the right thing, their family would be united and everything would work out for the best.
Shila knew that they desperately needed some help, then one of her friends introduced her to Be’ad Chaim. When she made contact with us we were very happy to help her. It was then through your very generous sponsorship Shila 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.
On the 6th May 2019 Shila gave birth to a precious little girl, she named her Adel. For various reasons, Shila had to have an emergency C-section. She wanted to give birth naturally as she had done with her first two births but sadly it was not possible. Praise God both mother and baby are healthy doing well. Both of Adel’s older siblings love her very much. They have been waiting so long to meet her and now are so excited to have her.
Shila really wants to go back to work after her maternity leave but she is unable to afford to send little Adel to day care. She has applied to receive a discount for the daycare fee from the welfare system and is still waiting to see if it will be approved.
Shila is deeply grateful and thankful for being able to be part of the operation Moses project, it has been very significant for her, and was such a tremendous help.