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Meet the Orphans is the fourth studio album by reggaeton artist, Don Omar, released on November 16, The album features the artists under the Orfanato. Volunteering at an orphanage may sound noble, but your impact can do more harm than good. Here's how you can actually help children and. Arthur "Art" Bell is a veteran detective who worked alongside Beth Childs. After helping his partner get away with a civilian shooting, Art unknowingly meets.
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As it happened, the children were really sad when I left. I had promised to stay in Kenya for a year and left after a month. Your orphanage volunteer stint can do more harm than good. Also to be considered is why those things meant it was even more of a bad idea for me to be doing what I was doing.
Most of the children at the orphanages I worked at had parents, or some living family members as is the global norm. They were there because they came from marginalized communities. I witnessed two children being separated from their father to come and live in the orphanage so they could go to a better school in the city.
The trauma that I witnessed those children go through in being separated from their parent was real and distressing.
Separating children from their families should not have to be the only solution for them to be able to access better life chances. The more you support orphanages, the more you support this as a solution to challenges facing marginalized communities. We can — and should — do better. Instead, support organizations who provide rural education, income generation for families, foster care or provision of social workers.
Volunteers can undermine local initiatives for change. In the context of the orphanages I worked with, this was very apparent.
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The children had few role models within their own community to look up to. On a larger scale, and what child protection experts are concerned about in many countries around the world, is that volunteers make orphanages look like an attractive option for families. Volunteers bring money and resources and are often assumed to be well-educated. Therefore, they are more likely to send their children to orphanages. I felt compelled to work 16 hours a day for six months to try and see how things could be improved.
It would have been much better to give my time and money to a well-run organization that might have been able to give those children better support services. In addition, badly run organizations can put people at risk. She accused Art of stealing from her, leading him to reply that he is just taking her "by the hand" and helping her regain her position with the police department.
He meets with "Beth" at a restaurant that day and they practice the story she will give to the police board. She then asked Art to return the money, which he rebuffed. After "Beth" successfully pressured her doctor Anita Bowers into clearing her to return to duty, she went before the police board and gave a convincing performance.
Soon afterward, Gavin Hardcastle reinstates her and gives her Beth's badge and gun. Sarah, who had difficulty figuring out how the gun is supposed to be worn and, perhaps uneasy about carrying a loaded gun, places her ammunition in her back pocket, and Art later notices.
Furious that she rode with him to a call with her gun not loaded, she tried the excuse that the assignment was low risk, and that she was not yet up to speed, Art declared that she can get up to speed at her desk, and that he will partner with Angela Deangelis until "Beth" is ready.
Art and Angie visit the site of the shooting, determining that three people were at the scene of the crime. They find the spot where the shots were fired from, but they struggle to explain the role of the mysterious third person. They locate a red haired doll head, but they do not realize that it appears to match the doll body present in the hotel room of Katja because Sarah does not tell them of the connection. On the scene, they also find wheel tracks and he instructs Beth to manage the search for a match of the motorcycle used by the shooter.
After "Beth" has demonstrated her proficiency with a gun at a shooting range, Art takes her to a Ukrainian neighborhood where a stolen motorcycle, a match to the one used by the shooter of their case, was spotted.
They enter an unlocked apartment and found matching verses circled in a Bible and written on a wall.
Sarah then noticed a sniper at the window and dives on Art, landing on top of him as he hits the floor. Art's ear is grazed by a bullet, and he asks "Beth" to follow the sniper alone. When he catches up with Sarah, she is on the ground and her mouth is injured.
Once Hardcastle joins them, Sarah fools Art and Hardcastle into believing that the sniper is a man, telling them that she did not see the sniper's face. Hardcastle admonishes Art for sending "Beth" into harm's way by herself. Art offers to drive "Beth" home, but she claims she is well enough that she does not need a ride.
Feeling grateful that "Beth" saved his life, he returns the money to Sarah. Smiling, Sarah points out that Art lied about not having the money in his trunk. The next day, Art and "Beth" go to the home of a boy named Trevor who saw the sniper in his house. Art notices that the sniper performed self-surgery.
When Art asks Trevor what the sniper looks like, the boy points at Sarah. Back at the police station, Art receives a call from the sniper, who has electronically disguised her voice.
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She asks Art if his partner can hear, and he tells the sniper that the whole office is now listening in. She gives a variant of the code used by Katja and Cosima Niehaus and drops further hints. The police decide on a location to investigate, but when they rush off on the wild goose chase, the sniper sneaks into the police station.
She rearranges the pictures of evidence in the shape of a body, and she sits at Beth's desk. When Beth's boyfriend Paul Dierden calls, she tells him "come get me.
Sarah tries to explain away the call, telling him that she did not really need him to come. When Art comes over, Paul angrily complains to Art about Sarah's injury and suggests that "Beth" wants to leave the force, while Sarah is trying to calm both of them down.