Children Awaiting Sponsorship
AntoineBurkina Faso, Gampela Centre
June 13, 2012
Antoine lives with his parents and his other sibling. His parents used to work as farmers, but due to a lack of farm-able land and a lack of rain his mother now supplements their income as a worker at the local drugstore. Antoine is outgoing and likes to play with his friends. He also enjoys building small houses and playing football (soccer), and his favourite is blue. His favourite subject in school is math.
BorisBurkina Faso, Gampela Centre
October 22, 2012
Boris lives with his parents and his two siblings. His parents work hard as farmers and try to supplement their income with being a driver and collecting sand to sell it due to a lack of farmable land and a lack of rain. As a result, they struggle to provide for their growing family. Boris enjoys playing with his friends. He also enjoys building small houses and playing football (soccer).
MarcelBurkina Faso, Gampela Centre
September 1, 2009
Marcel lives with his parents and his three siblings. His parents used to work as farmers, but due to a lack of farm-able land and a lack of rain they now supplement their income collecting and selling sand. As a result, they struggle to provide for their growing family. Marcel is a quiet boy and keeps to himself. He also enjoys washing dishes and playing football (soccer), and his favourite colour is red. His favourite subject in school is reading.
BrianKenya, Creation of Hope
June 27, 2005
KishorNepal, SARA Ministries
July 15, 2010
Kishor lives with his parents and two sisters. His parents are farmers and struggle to support their children with the little income they make. Kishoe is a keen boy who is a hard worker. His favourite subject is English and he likes to play CarromBoard – an Indian tabletop game. Kishor hopes to be a doctor one day.
ShamualNepal, SARA Ministries
May 13, 2007
Shamual lives with his father. His father is a farmer and struggles to support his son. Shamual is a humble and kind boy. His favourite subject at school is English and he likes to play football (soccer). Shamual hopes to join the army one day.
AminaTanzania, Amani School
May 3, 2010
Amina lives with her mother and her siblings, 2 brothers and 2 sisters. He mother sells food at a wayside stall and also works at a small local hotel. While at school she is very quiet and does her work slowly, but with great care. Amina loves to learn math while in school. Her favourite activity is playing rede with her friends. This Tanzanian game is played with four people and involves a ball. In the future Amina would love to be a doctor.
EmmanuelTanzania, Amani School
July 16, 2010
Emmanuel lives with his parents and siblings He has 2 brothers and 2 sisters. The family earns an income caring for livestock. He is a happy boy who smiles most of the time. Emmanuel’s favourite school subject is learning English. He loves to play football with his friends. In the future Emmanuel hopes to be a doctor.
KomboTanzania, Amani School
Kombo lives with his parents and his brother. The family earn an income by farming. Kombo is always a very polite boy and says that his favourite subject is math. He finds English very difficult to learn. His favourite activity is riding a bicycle. In the future, he hopes to be a soldier.
StumaiTanzania, Amani School
July 5, 2009
Stumani lives with her parents and siblings. She has 2 brothers and 2 sisters. The family income comes from her father being a witch doctor. Stumani loves to learn about God and we pray that she will bring light to her family someday. She does like her fathers’ career. Stumani struggles in class as she is slow learner. She does love to learn Kiswahili and to play rede with her friends. This Tanzanian game is played with four people and involves a ball. In the future she hopes to be a teacher.