This generator will give you 15 random names for orphanages and similar child care systems. Names are based loosely on real orphanages, although most real names are personal or religious names. We have tried to avoid those, for in fictional worlds, religion , especially real life, does not always play a role. We also considered some titles somewhat strange, like "Our Hope Orphanage" or "The Second Chance Orphanage." But since some similar names in real life are also used in this generator. The majority of titles, however, are more apt, at least in our view, but in many cases follow similar themes.
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In the early part of human history, before the advent of organized religion and law, a number of religious institutions and orphanages were set up for the purpose of providing education, socializing, and care to an underprivileged segment of society. At the time, a number of these institutions were actually orphanages dedicated solely to orphaned children and others with special needs. While some were specifically intended to help out people with physical disabilities, others were dedicated to helping the mentally ill. However, during the middle ages, this practice began to decline in Europe, as more Christian churches were being formed. The result was that there were many orphanages which no longer served the primary need of orphaned children but which were converted into boarding schools for the elite.
As a consequence, orphanages in Europe had to change their focus somewhat. Instead of simply being an institution where the sick were cared for, orphanages became institutions which included boarding schools and classrooms for the education and socialization of young people. Today, many orphanages in Europe focus on the social and psychological development of children, as well as the training of adults. This has lead to a drastic reduction in the numbers of orphaned children. Although the majority of orphaned children are found in countries such as India, China, and the former Soviet Union, orphanages in many countries have also closed. This is largely due to lack of financial support from governmental bodies and agencies.
There are a number of orphanages which have made efforts to save many orphaned children. Some of these organizations provide child-care services to orphaned children in their community. Others have created special programs for children living in poverty, especially in developing countries. Some orphanages in Eastern Europe have also managed to build up a number of orphaned families. However, it may be some time before a number of these orphanages can fully meet the needs of the population they serve. However, the future of orphanages looks very bright indeed! It is certainly a great help for orphaned children to be taken care of in an environment which has been designed by a renowned expert in the field of child psychology and social work.