News and Updates

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

“I felt so sad. Nothing to eat. A sick mother. I did not know what to do. I sneaked out with my sister without my parents’ knowledge and we begged for money under the hot sun. I was shy asking for money but we needed it,” shared nine-year-old Thandar.

Thank you for being a child sponsor and giving hope to the most vulnerable in the world. As you journey with them in their transformation and celebrate their progress, learning more about their culture, traditions and local customs may help you better understand and connect with your sponsored children.

Despite the country's ethnic diversity, can you guess what the official language your sponsored child learns? 

#didyouknow, your sponsored child's traditional costume, the Ao Dai, can be worn by both men and women? 

If you're thinking of writing to your sponsored child, here's what you can ask them about their favourite festivals and food.  

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