Some of the orphanages and schools I visited were already funded by international charities or personal sponsors and although they didn't have much, they had enough to at least provide the orphans with a roof over their head, clothes, food and an education. Other orphans were not as lucky. I saw orphanages in terrible conditions with anywhere from 20 to 40 children sleeping in each room, sometimes 4, 5 or even 6 to a bed with many sleeping on the floor.
Food and clothes were scarce to non-existent and medical treatment was out of the question. Most of the children could't afford to go to school and those that tried got chased away as they couldn't afford the school fees. In some cases the people that run the orphanages try to build schools for the children but the result is poor - schools with no roofs, no walls and no seats or desks for the children.