Our Mission in Myanmar

Myanmar is an extremely poor Buddhist country. The average annual income of a Burmese person is $1,140, which means many families are in desperate poverty. Without assistance, an orphaned or disadvantaged child in Myanmar faces a future of uncertainty. BCH comes alongside church partners of like faith to help relieve this terrible situation.

With our partners and your support, we provide loving, Christian care for over 120 children in Myanmar in four group homes. Some of our children go from wondering where their next meal will come from, to choosing what they will study in college.


However, the greatest change in our children's lives is the decision most make to follow Jesus. We are excited to share with you some astounding stories of how God has provided for His children in the most dire of situations.

We look forward to continuing our mission to care for orphaned, needy, and disadvantaged children of Myanmar.