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Sponsored Kids

Herewith are some of our sponsored kids presently in school due to the huge support we receive from friends and sponsors. Here is another opportunity to say a zillion thank you to all our Child-Sponsors..thank you..


Bose is a is a 4year old little girl and a beneficiary of our Primary Education Sponsorship Scheme (2013)...she lives with her single momma who is partially deaf. The exciting thing about Bose is that for every time mama does not hear a neighbour's call or greetings.. Bose does some re-echoing and sign language so mama could understand. Sometimes she screams... with words like..."mommy won pe yin" It was such a delight to have Bose registered in school, this year. 




Basit is another Beneficiary of the Primary Education Sponsorship Scheme (2012). At present, he is in Primary 1 and enrolle in Private School owned by Catholic Mission. He is Eleven years old and had never been to school until we found him on the street with his mum and siblings...never too late to learn new things!  #EducationForAll










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