Orphaned Children

For just $45 a month, you can help these children and their communities to stand tall, free from poverty. 
The U.N. defines an orphan as a child who has lost one or both parents. These children have lost or have been abandoned by one or both parents, making them more vulnerable than other children. Give them hope for a brighter future today!

 For children from ChinaMyanmarVietnam and West Bank, we are unable to display their profiles online due to government regulations. If you prefer to sponsor children from these countries, or are unable to find a child here that meets your criteria, please fill up this form for us to send you child profiles. Alternatively, you can contact us at 6922 0144 or via Facebook Messenger at the bottom right of the page.

 

 

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Hi, my name is Andalasoni.

I am a 7-year-old boy from Zambia.

I lost my mother.

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Hi, my name is Nominerdene.

I am a 6-year-old girl from Mongolia.

I lost my father.

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Hi, my name is Konjit.

I am a 12-year-old girl from Ethiopia.

I lost my father.

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Hi, my name is Anastasia Maria.

I am a 10-year-old girl from Indonesia.

Both my parents abandoned me.

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Hi, my name is Lalaine.

I am a 11-year-old girl from Philippines.

I lost my father.

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Hi, my name is Maria Laurensia.

I am a 11-year-old girl from Indonesia.

Both my parents abandoned me.

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Hi, my name is Kinfu.

I am a 12-year-old boy from Ethiopia.

I lost my father.

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Hi, my name is Paula Pratama.

I am a 12-year-old girl from Indonesia.

I lost my mother.

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Hi, my name is Maiko.

I am a 10-year-old girl from Philippines.

My father abandoned me.

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Hi, my name is Jr.

I am a 5-year-old boy from Philippines.

My mother abandoned me.

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Hi, my name is Hellen.

I am a 9-year-old girl from Zambia.

I lost my mother.

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Hi, my name is Florence.

I am a 1-year-old girl from Zambia.

My father abandoned me.

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Hi, my name is Telmuun.

I am a 10-year-old boy from Mongolia.

I lost my father.

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Hi, my name is Andrew.

I am a 3-year-old boy from Zambia.

My father abandoned me.

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Hi, my name is Vernon.

I am a 9-year-old boy from Zambia.

My father abandoned me.

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Hi, my name is Khishigbayar.

I am a 12-year-old boy from Mongolia.

I lost my mother.

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Hi, my name is Elias.

I am a 5-year-old boy from Ethiopia.

I lost my father.

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Hi, my name is Ethiopia.

I am a 7-year-old girl from Ethiopia.

I lost my father.

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Hi, my name is Odmaa.

I am a 4-year-old girl from Mongolia.

My father abandoned me.

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My name is Andalasoni

My birthday is on 5 Jun 2011
My favourite subject is English
I like playing Ball games

Zambia, Musosolokwe ADP

World Vision began an assessment study in Musosolokwe in July 2009. It was found that the target area was hampered by insufficient health facilities, ill-equipped schools and a lack of food security. Children had to walk long distances to reach medical centres that were inadequately stocked, schools lacked necessary items like desks and learning materials and food was not available all year round. Recognising these needs, the Musosolokwe ADP began its initiatives in April 2010.

The harsh landscape in Musosolokwe deprives children of a fair chance at education. Children have to cover over 25 km to reach one of three schools in the area. Flooding also destroys roads and flood waters can wash away and drown children.

In addition, there is a high rate of malaria, diarrhoea and malnutrition among children. This leads to high mortality and stunted growth in children, which further perpetuates poverty in Musosolokwe.

Also, over 40% of children have only one meal a day due to poor crop harvest as a result of bad weather conditions and poor farming methods. Alternative sources of income are hard to come by, and natural resources in Musosolokwe are slowly being exploited by the community to earn more income.

My name is Nominerdene

My birthday is on 16 Apr 2013
My favourite subject is Coloring
I like playing Dolls

Mongolia, Selenge ADP

Selenge is located in northeast Mongolia near the Russian border. It is between the Orkhon and Selenge river basins and the hills and mountains in the forest steppe regions.

In Selenge, about 30% of the population live in poverty. The community faces persistent unemployment after an economic downturn. Families struggle with job loss and limited opportunities for businesses and self employment. They also face challenges in child protection, economic development and education. Poor environmental hygiene and sanitation issues have also led to epidemic outbreaks and put children's lives at risk. 

Mongolia’s harsh climate, poorly developed infrastructure, persistent poverty, and nomadic herding lifestyle increase risk of loss of livelihood due to natural hazards. Driven by poverty, many children work illegally in surrounding mines, raising school dropout rates and huge child protection concerns.

My name is Konjit

My birthday is on 26 May 2006
My favourite subject is Local language
I like playing Football

Ethiopia, Yaya Gulele ADP

World Vision Singapore has been funding Yaya Gulele ADP since its inception in 2007. Working in tandem with national governmental policies and other agencies for the eradication of poverty and transformational development in Ethiopia, this programme seeks to help families in the target areas achieve livelihood security on a sustainable basis. 

Ethiopia ranks 173 out of 187 countries on the 2014 Human Development Index. The average household income is US$100 per month and 34.7% of the population live below the poverty line. A majority of the population are farmers engaged in mixed cultivation and livestock rearing. 

In Yaya Gulele ADP, more than 50% of children have not gained functional literacy. Inadequate school materials and limited access to updated teaching methodologies contribute to students not being engaged in school. As such, they prefer to do income generating activities like farming instead of going to school.

Also, there is a high level of need in the areas of healthcare, sanitation and clean water. The causes are poor sanitation practices, poor waste disposal and open defecation. Due to the inability to have a balanced diet and age appropriate food, mothers and children are malnourished.

My name is Anastasia Maria

My birthday is on 21 Nov 2008
My favourite subject is English
I like playing Football

Indonesia, Ende ADP

World Vision started an ADP in 2014 after a thorough assessment of Ende in 2012. Measured against standard indicators of economic development needs, Ende emerged as an area where the vulnerability of children needed to be urgently addressed. 

In Ende, traditional attitudes towards children are harsh and unsympathetic. They are viewed as free labour and are often denied their right to study so that they can work to supplement the family income. Cases of physical and sexual abuse are not taken seriously and are unreported or left unsolved, affecting and scarring children emotionally and mentally. 

In terms of healthcare concerns, the main issues that compromise the health of children are the lack of access to clean water, the prevalence of unhygienic behaviours and poor sanitation systems. Approximately 40% of the community practices open defecation as there are no proper toilets. 

Also, Ende's economic development falls behind national statistics. Their main source of income is agriculture but the productivity of existing farming methods is low due to a lack of understanding, poor management, pests and diseases. 

My name is Lalaine

My birthday is on 28 Oct 2007
My favourite subject is Mathematics
I like playing Local traditional games

Philippines, Antique ADP

World Vision started its operations in Antique province in 1984 through a church partner. Over the years, the scope of work expanded and transited into longer term development programmes. With an established presence in the area, World Vision has been able to bring people together and empower local leaders and partners to make a difference for children in their community.

The Antique province has the highest rate of malnutrition in the entire Western Visayas region. With malnutrition present in the target community, children face an increased risk of wasting, stunted growth, respiratory illnesses and impaired brain development.

55% of the population in Antique ADP is classified as poor. In several vulnerable families, men and boys work as sakadas, or sugarcane farmers, which is perilous work and does not generate much income. In order to ensure their families can afford basic necessities, men and boys work in other provinces and young women work as maids.

Low income levels have far reaching implications on children. It can lead to them dropping out of school to work in order to support their family. As parents are focused on finding food for the family, other responsibilities are left behind. The lack of parental guidance often leads to children engaging in delinquent behaviour.

My name is Maria Laurensia

My birthday is on 15 May 2007
My favourite subject is National language
I like playing Dolls

Indonesia, Ende ADP

World Vision started an ADP in 2014 after a thorough assessment of Ende in 2012. Measured against standard indicators of economic development needs, Ende emerged as an area where the vulnerability of children needed to be urgently addressed. 

In Ende, traditional attitudes towards children are harsh and unsympathetic. They are viewed as free labour and are often denied their right to study so that they can work to supplement the family income. Cases of physical and sexual abuse are not taken seriously and are unreported or left unsolved, affecting and scarring children emotionally and mentally. 

In terms of healthcare concerns, the main issues that compromise the health of children are the lack of access to clean water, the prevalence of unhygienic behaviours and poor sanitation systems. Approximately 40% of the community practices open defecation as there are no proper toilets. 

Also, Ende's economic development falls behind national statistics. Their main source of income is agriculture but the productivity of existing farming methods is low due to a lack of understanding, poor management, pests and diseases. 

My name is Kinfu

My birthday is on 9 Mar 2007
My favourite subject is Foreign language
I like playing Football

Ethiopia, Yaya Gulele ADP

World Vision Singapore has been funding Yaya Gulele ADP since its inception in 2007. Working in tandem with national governmental policies and other agencies for the eradication of poverty and transformational development in Ethiopia, this programme seeks to help families in the target areas achieve livelihood security on a sustainable basis. 

Ethiopia ranks 173 out of 187 countries on the 2014 Human Development Index. The average household income is US$100 per month and 34.7% of the population live below the poverty line. A majority of the population are farmers engaged in mixed cultivation and livestock rearing. 

In Yaya Gulele ADP, more than 50% of children have not gained functional literacy. Inadequate school materials and limited access to updated teaching methodologies contribute to students not being engaged in school. As such, they prefer to do income generating activities like farming instead of going to school.

Also, there is a high level of need in the areas of healthcare, sanitation and clean water. The causes are poor sanitation practices, poor waste disposal and open defecation. Due to the inability to have a balanced diet and age appropriate food, mothers and children are malnourished.

My name is Paula Pratama

My birthday is on 29 Jun 2006
My favourite subject is English
I like playing Marbles

Indonesia, Ende ADP

World Vision started an ADP in 2014 after a thorough assessment of Ende in 2012. Measured against standard indicators of economic development needs, Ende emerged as an area where the vulnerability of children needed to be urgently addressed. 

In Ende, traditional attitudes towards children are harsh and unsympathetic. They are viewed as free labour and are often denied their right to study so that they can work to supplement the family income. Cases of physical and sexual abuse are not taken seriously and are unreported or left unsolved, affecting and scarring children emotionally and mentally. 

In terms of healthcare concerns, the main issues that compromise the health of children are the lack of access to clean water, the prevalence of unhygienic behaviours and poor sanitation systems. Approximately 40% of the community practices open defecation as there are no proper toilets. 

Also, Ende's economic development falls behind national statistics. Their main source of income is agriculture but the productivity of existing farming methods is low due to a lack of understanding, poor management, pests and diseases. 

My name is Maiko

My birthday is on 7 Oct 2008
My favourite subject is National language
I like playing Running

Philippines, Antique ADP

World Vision started its operations in Antique province in 1984 through a church partner. Over the years, the scope of work expanded and transited into longer term development programmes. With an established presence in the area, World Vision has been able to bring people together and empower local leaders and partners to make a difference for children in their community.

The Antique province has the highest rate of malnutrition in the entire Western Visayas region. With malnutrition present in the target community, children face an increased risk of wasting, stunted growth, respiratory illnesses and impaired brain development.

55% of the population in Antique ADP is classified as poor. In several vulnerable families, men and boys work as sakadas, or sugarcane farmers, which is perilous work and does not generate much income. In order to ensure their families can afford basic necessities, men and boys work in other provinces and young women work as maids.

Low income levels have far reaching implications on children. It can lead to them dropping out of school to work in order to support their family. As parents are focused on finding food for the family, other responsibilities are left behind. The lack of parental guidance often leads to children engaging in delinquent behaviour.

My name is Jr

My birthday is on 28 Dec 2013
My favourite subject is Drawing
I like playing Playing house

Philippines, Antique ADP

World Vision started its operations in Antique province in 1984 through a church partner. Over the years, the scope of work expanded and transited into longer term development programmes. With an established presence in the area, World Vision has been able to bring people together and empower local leaders and partners to make a difference for children in their community.

The Antique province has the highest rate of malnutrition in the entire Western Visayas region. With malnutrition present in the target community, children face an increased risk of wasting, stunted growth, respiratory illnesses and impaired brain development.

55% of the population in Antique ADP is classified as poor. In several vulnerable families, men and boys work as sakadas, or sugarcane farmers, which is perilous work and does not generate much income. In order to ensure their families can afford basic necessities, men and boys work in other provinces and young women work as maids.

Low income levels have far reaching implications on children. It can lead to them dropping out of school to work in order to support their family. As parents are focused on finding food for the family, other responsibilities are left behind. The lack of parental guidance often leads to children engaging in delinquent behaviour.

My name is Hellen

My birthday is on 18 Sep 2009
My favourite subject is Mathematics
I like playing Ball games

Zambia, Musosolokwe ADP

World Vision began an assessment study in Musosolokwe in July 2009. It was found that the target area was hampered by insufficient health facilities, ill-equipped schools and a lack of food security. Children had to walk long distances to reach medical centres that were inadequately stocked, schools lacked necessary items like desks and learning materials and food was not available all year round. Recognising these needs, the Musosolokwe ADP began its initiatives in April 2010.

The harsh landscape in Musosolokwe deprives children of a fair chance at education. Children have to cover over 25 km to reach one of three schools in the area. Flooding also destroys roads and flood waters can wash away and drown children.

In addition, there is a high rate of malaria, diarrhoea and malnutrition among children. This leads to high mortality and stunted growth in children, which further perpetuates poverty in Musosolokwe.

Also, over 40% of children have only one meal a day due to poor crop harvest as a result of bad weather conditions and poor farming methods. Alternative sources of income are hard to come by, and natural resources in Musosolokwe are slowly being exploited by the community to earn more income.

My name is Florence

My birthday is on 11 Jul 2017
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Dolls

Zambia, Musosolokwe ADP

World Vision began an assessment study in Musosolokwe in July 2009. It was found that the target area was hampered by insufficient health facilities, ill-equipped schools and a lack of food security. Children had to walk long distances to reach medical centres that were inadequately stocked, schools lacked necessary items like desks and learning materials and food was not available all year round. Recognising these needs, the Musosolokwe ADP began its initiatives in April 2010.

The harsh landscape in Musosolokwe deprives children of a fair chance at education. Children have to cover over 25 km to reach one of three schools in the area. Flooding also destroys roads and flood waters can wash away and drown children.

In addition, there is a high rate of malaria, diarrhoea and malnutrition among children. This leads to high mortality and stunted growth in children, which further perpetuates poverty in Musosolokwe.

Also, over 40% of children have only one meal a day due to poor crop harvest as a result of bad weather conditions and poor farming methods. Alternative sources of income are hard to come by, and natural resources in Musosolokwe are slowly being exploited by the community to earn more income.

My name is Telmuun

My birthday is on 20 Apr 2009
My favourite subject is National language
I like playing Toy cars

Mongolia, Selenge ADP

Selenge is located in northeast Mongolia near the Russian border. It is between the Orkhon and Selenge river basins and the hills and mountains in the forest steppe regions.

In Selenge, about 30% of the population live in poverty. The community faces persistent unemployment after an economic downturn. Families struggle with job loss and limited opportunities for businesses and self employment. They also face challenges in child protection, economic development and education. Poor environmental hygiene and sanitation issues have also led to epidemic outbreaks and put children's lives at risk. 

Mongolia’s harsh climate, poorly developed infrastructure, persistent poverty, and nomadic herding lifestyle increase risk of loss of livelihood due to natural hazards. Driven by poverty, many children work illegally in surrounding mines, raising school dropout rates and huge child protection concerns.

My name is Andrew

My birthday is on 3 Jun 2015
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Toys

Zambia, Musosolokwe ADP

World Vision began an assessment study in Musosolokwe in July 2009. It was found that the target area was hampered by insufficient health facilities, ill-equipped schools and a lack of food security. Children had to walk long distances to reach medical centres that were inadequately stocked, schools lacked necessary items like desks and learning materials and food was not available all year round. Recognising these needs, the Musosolokwe ADP began its initiatives in April 2010.

The harsh landscape in Musosolokwe deprives children of a fair chance at education. Children have to cover over 25 km to reach one of three schools in the area. Flooding also destroys roads and flood waters can wash away and drown children.

In addition, there is a high rate of malaria, diarrhoea and malnutrition among children. This leads to high mortality and stunted growth in children, which further perpetuates poverty in Musosolokwe.

Also, over 40% of children have only one meal a day due to poor crop harvest as a result of bad weather conditions and poor farming methods. Alternative sources of income are hard to come by, and natural resources in Musosolokwe are slowly being exploited by the community to earn more income.

My name is Vernon

My birthday is on 11 Oct 2009
My favourite subject is Mathematics
I like playing Football

Zambia, Musosolokwe ADP

World Vision began an assessment study in Musosolokwe in July 2009. It was found that the target area was hampered by insufficient health facilities, ill-equipped schools and a lack of food security. Children had to walk long distances to reach medical centres that were inadequately stocked, schools lacked necessary items like desks and learning materials and food was not available all year round. Recognising these needs, the Musosolokwe ADP began its initiatives in April 2010.

The harsh landscape in Musosolokwe deprives children of a fair chance at education. Children have to cover over 25 km to reach one of three schools in the area. Flooding also destroys roads and flood waters can wash away and drown children.

In addition, there is a high rate of malaria, diarrhoea and malnutrition among children. This leads to high mortality and stunted growth in children, which further perpetuates poverty in Musosolokwe.

Also, over 40% of children have only one meal a day due to poor crop harvest as a result of bad weather conditions and poor farming methods. Alternative sources of income are hard to come by, and natural resources in Musosolokwe are slowly being exploited by the community to earn more income.

My name is Khishigbayar

My birthday is on 17 Aug 2006
My favourite subject is Physical education
I like playing Basketball

Mongolia, Selenge ADP

Selenge is located in northeast Mongolia near the Russian border. It is between the Orkhon and Selenge river basins and the hills and mountains in the forest steppe regions.

In Selenge, about 30% of the population live in poverty. The community faces persistent unemployment after an economic downturn. Families struggle with job loss and limited opportunities for businesses and self employment. They also face challenges in child protection, economic development and education. Poor environmental hygiene and sanitation issues have also led to epidemic outbreaks and put children's lives at risk. 

Mongolia’s harsh climate, poorly developed infrastructure, persistent poverty, and nomadic herding lifestyle increase risk of loss of livelihood due to natural hazards. Driven by poverty, many children work illegally in surrounding mines, raising school dropout rates and huge child protection concerns.

My name is Elias

My birthday is on 23 Jan 2014
My favourite subject is Coloring
I like playing Ball games

Ethiopia, Yaya Gulele ADP

World Vision Singapore has been funding Yaya Gulele ADP since its inception in 2007. Working in tandem with national governmental policies and other agencies for the eradication of poverty and transformational development in Ethiopia, this programme seeks to help families in the target areas achieve livelihood security on a sustainable basis. 

Ethiopia ranks 173 out of 187 countries on the 2014 Human Development Index. The average household income is US$100 per month and 34.7% of the population live below the poverty line. A majority of the population are farmers engaged in mixed cultivation and livestock rearing. 

In Yaya Gulele ADP, more than 50% of children have not gained functional literacy. Inadequate school materials and limited access to updated teaching methodologies contribute to students not being engaged in school. As such, they prefer to do income generating activities like farming instead of going to school.

Also, there is a high level of need in the areas of healthcare, sanitation and clean water. The causes are poor sanitation practices, poor waste disposal and open defecation. Due to the inability to have a balanced diet and age appropriate food, mothers and children are malnourished.

My name is Ethiopia

My birthday is on 14 Feb 2012
My favourite subject is Local language
I like playing Ball games

Ethiopia, Yaya Gulele ADP

World Vision Singapore has been funding Yaya Gulele ADP since its inception in 2007. Working in tandem with national governmental policies and other agencies for the eradication of poverty and transformational development in Ethiopia, this programme seeks to help families in the target areas achieve livelihood security on a sustainable basis. 

Ethiopia ranks 173 out of 187 countries on the 2014 Human Development Index. The average household income is US$100 per month and 34.7% of the population live below the poverty line. A majority of the population are farmers engaged in mixed cultivation and livestock rearing. 

In Yaya Gulele ADP, more than 50% of children have not gained functional literacy. Inadequate school materials and limited access to updated teaching methodologies contribute to students not being engaged in school. As such, they prefer to do income generating activities like farming instead of going to school.

Also, there is a high level of need in the areas of healthcare, sanitation and clean water. The causes are poor sanitation practices, poor waste disposal and open defecation. Due to the inability to have a balanced diet and age appropriate food, mothers and children are malnourished.

My name is Odmaa

My birthday is on 10 Jan 2015
My favourite subject is Drawing
I like playing Dolls

Mongolia, Selenge ADP

Selenge is located in northeast Mongolia near the Russian border. It is between the Orkhon and Selenge river basins and the hills and mountains in the forest steppe regions.

In Selenge, about 30% of the population live in poverty. The community faces persistent unemployment after an economic downturn. Families struggle with job loss and limited opportunities for businesses and self employment. They also face challenges in child protection, economic development and education. Poor environmental hygiene and sanitation issues have also led to epidemic outbreaks and put children's lives at risk. 

Mongolia’s harsh climate, poorly developed infrastructure, persistent poverty, and nomadic herding lifestyle increase risk of loss of livelihood due to natural hazards. Driven by poverty, many children work illegally in surrounding mines, raising school dropout rates and huge child protection concerns.

Your sponsorship changes a child's world and makes it last

Child Sponsorship addresses the root causes of poverty with a holistic change that is lasting.

For $45 a month, it gives your sponsored children and the community a real future. You can correspond with your sponsored child and visit him/her.

Your contribution provides a child with access to basic needs in 5 areas:

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Become Part of a Child's Life Story!

1. Choose your sponsored child

Choose a child whose circumstances and community needs resonates with you. You can provide hope and help to children in the following countries supported by World Vision Singapore:

  • Asia: Cambodia, China, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Sri Lanka
  • Africa: Ethiopia, Zambia
  • Middle East: West Bank
     

2. Receive a welcome kit

When you become a child sponsor, you will receive:

  • A picture folder of your sponsored child and profile of the community where your sponsored child lives
  • Child Sponsor's Handbook 
  • Introductory letter from your sponsored child
  • Yearly child photos and annual progress report on your sponsored child
  • A digital account that gives you the ability to keep track of your sponsorship and donations

3. Build a connection and learn more about their world

Build a personal connection by writing to your sponsored child. Begin by responding to the introductory letter written by your child. Be their window to the world beyond!

Join us for opportunities to visit your sponsored child and family, and witness the impact of your contribution!

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How Child Sponsorship Transforms an Entire Community

World Vision helps your sponsored child through the Area Development Programme (ADP) in his or her community. Through ADPs, we identify where we work and who we work with, and then carry out development activities specific to an ADP’s needs.

With the collective support of sponsors, we usually work in an ADP for 15 years to bring transformation. This is done in 3 phases to bring change at a pace that is sustainable.

Parents of sponsored children receive useful skills training and income-generating opportunities to help them provide and care for their family in the long term. The lives of other members of the community are also enriched as knowledge is transferred and resources are shared.

Eventually, communities take ownership of their projects and continue the work that was started. In this way, lives are transformed through sustainable, long-term development projects!

With your help, the community has grown healthier, safer and more self-sustaining! We are now ready to transition out and begin the transformation process with another community in need.

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    你的助养会长期改变一个孩子的世界!

    儿童助养计划带来长期全面发展与改善,解决贫穷的基本原因。

    每月45新元将给你的助养儿童和社区真正的盼望。 你可以跟助养孩子联系并拜访他 / 她。

    你的资助将为儿童提供五个基本需求:

    成为儿童生命旅程的一部分吧!

    一,选择你将助养的孩子

    选择一个情况和社区需求使你产生共鸣的儿童。你可以为新加坡世界宣明会所支持的以下国家的儿童提供希望和帮助:

    • 亚洲:柬埔寨 /中国 / 蒙古 / 缅甸/ 尼泊尔 / 菲律宾 / 泰国 / 越南 / 印尼 / 斯里兰卡
    • 非洲:埃塞俄比亚、赞比亚
    • 中东:耶路撒冷 - 西岸 - 加沙
       

    二,收到欢迎套

    成为小孩赞助商时,你即将收到:

    • 助养儿童的照片文件夹和社区档案
    • 儿童助养手册
    • 助养儿童的介绍性信
    • 助养儿童年度照片和进度报告
    • 网络帐户方便查看自己助养和捐款记录

    三,建立联系并了解更多关于他们的世界

    写信给你助养的儿童建立个人联系。首先回复儿童所寄出自我介绍的信。你就成为他们引入世界之窗!

    我们也有机会探访你所助养的儿童和家人并见证你的贡献所带出的影响!随时欢迎你的加入!

    儿童助养如何改变整个社区

    世界宣明会通过区域发展计划(ADP)来协助你的助养儿童。这个计规划定我们的发展范围和收益的家庭和儿童,然后根据ADP的特定需求开展发展活动。

    在助养人的集体支持下,我们通常在15年跟ADP合作进行社区转型。这计划可以分三个阶段来实现可持续发展的步伐。

    受到助养儿童的父母可以获得有用的技能培训和收入机会,为他们长期为家庭提供照顾。知识和资源传授共享别人的时候,社区其他成员的生活也会丰富起来。

    最终,社区对自己工作项目有主权并继续发展。这样长期持续工作改变无数生命!

    你的帮助会使社区变得更健康、更安全、更有能力自给自足!我们准备在另一个有需要的社区开始发展计划。

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