Why you will see fewer faces from us - title page

If you love Saving Moses, it’s because we save and protect babies.

Sometimes, this means protecting them against the threat of death by malnutrition. Sometimes, it’s the threat of abuse and exploitation by the sex industry. Today, this means taking a close look at our own policies and saying, “We can do more.”

After careful thought and much discussion, we have decided as an organization to change our child protection policy in the media.

The sex industry is so heavily stigmatized. In some countries, being identified as the child of a sex worker means that you do not get admittance to school, cannot receive medical care, or are ostracized from your community. We cannot control who views the images or videos we put online and are not willing to expose babies to harassment or danger. This is why things must change.

What this means for you:

  1. Fewer Faces

There will be fewer faces in our pictures and videos. If a baby or mother’s face is concealed, it is because we have identified that sharing their image puts them in danger. If a face is shown, it is either a representation or the image of a child we have identified is not in danger.

  1. New Names

All names are changed for the protection of the baby or toddler. We will use culturally-appropriate pseudonyms to tell true stories.

  1. Countries, Major Cities, or Regions Only

Specific locations will be concealed so that people with intent to harm cannot locate the people with whom we work.

We know that we work with really cute kids, and it helps you as an interested partner or donor to see their smiling faces. We recognize that at times, it may feel that the images of little hands or little feet are less compelling. But our responsibility is to the babies and toddlers we serve first.

It is our sincere hope that you will partner with us in understanding this need for protection and that you will joyfully join us in saving babies every day where help is most urgent but least available.

This change will take time as we phase out certain content and develop more. If you have questions concerning our new child protection policy, feel free to reach out at [email protected].

Child protection policy - a little boy's hands and feet.A baby's hands covering her face to comply with our child protection policy.A mother holding her baby in NightCare with their faces covered to comply with our child protection policy.

7 Responses

  1. God Bless all your efforts to protect the children, we know God has given you this wisdom to do what you need to do. thanks for the up date and letting us know. You are doing it unto the least of these, saving the babes, how precious you all are to the Lords work. Love Roy and Nancy

  2. Are you looking for workers to travel to these locations to help?
    I am a healthy 67 yr old able to pay my own way.
    I have followed your ministry for 25 years and trust your ways and would like to help. I have been to Bangkok and seen the devastation. My heart has been there a long while just waiting for Gods guidance

    1. Hi, Nancy! Thank you for your comment and for 25 years of support. Right now, enrollment in our 2018 volunteer trip is closed. Our 2019 trip will be opening up for applications by the beginning of next year. For more info about this, feel free to email [email protected].

      1. I, too, am interested in helping as a volunteer in 2019. I am a retired Neonatal Intensive Care RN, and about Nancy Cudd’s (above message) age. I also am in a disaster relief pod with the Salvation Army. I , myself was placed in a similar care-giving situation as an 18 month old infant at St. Mary’s Home in Providence, Rhode Island shortly after WWII until I was 4 1/2 yrs old when my birth mother took me back out of the home upon remarrying, so I have a heart burden to serve the Lord in this way especially. I LOVE babies! I live now in Hawaii. I am single and available to serve. I also know Marilyn Hickey as I am the daughter of June Newman Davis ( author of Scripture Keys for Kingdom Living and ministry ) out of Denver/Golden, CO. I would dearly love to go to help in Cambodia in Night Care! I’ve been praying for the Lord’s direction on just such an opportunity!

        1. Hi Sherry,

          Thank you for your comment & interest in helping with NightCare! Enrollment for our 2019 Team Trip should open early next year. Keep an eye on our site or reach out to [email protected] for more information on what our annual Team Trip looks like.

          Keep up the good work saving babies!
          The Saving Moses Team

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