News and Updates

We feature write-ups from supporters and staff who are hungry for change and want their voices to be heard.

“Sometimes, I go to the centre to talk to other caregivers and also give my time to support the teachers in taking care of the children in the ECCD centre,” says Mrs Daw. “(The) children look so happy as they play, read poems, sing songs and learn. I am also happy to see my children and other (children) playing and learning happily in the ECCD centre.”

Rahila is 11. She lives in a traditional Afghan community where education for girls is often discouraged. Tremendous determination is needed to convince male family members to allow girls to attend school. Two of her sisters were married off when they were 14 and 16 years old.

Overnight, Khna Ny and his two brothers became orphans. The youngest of them was only three. All three were at high risk of malnutrition, and were on the verge of not receiving an education. But this did not have to be. 

A little spark goes a long way!

Have you ever found yourself at a loss when it comes to writing to your sponsored child? We’ve been there too, so we know just how it feels. Since writer’s block is not foreign to many child sponsors, we’re bringing you some tips and prompts to get your pen moving and that envelope filled! 

Christmas is a time to share good will and cheer, no matter where you're from. So it's great to see sponsors taking the time to wish their sponsored children the best at this time of year! It truly means the world to them. Here, we've compiled a list of the most popular items that sponsors send to their children, for your inspiration!
 

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