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Step into the life of a child

I want you to take a few minutes to think about what its like to
live in deep poverty & step into the lives of the kids we help.
If you've yet to help one now is the time. $15 a month is not much to change a life.

YOU DON'T OFTEN EAT VEGETABLES.
When you do they look like this & they come from your sponsor.


and YOUR very happy to receive them 

YOUR TYPICAL MEAL LOOKS LIKE THIS
Rice, maize , beans or boiled bananas 

YOUR DON'T OFTEN GET NEW CLOTHES.
When you do they come from your sponsor or
other visitors from charities like ours.




                                                  YOUR HOME LOOKS LIKE THIS 


                                                                          OR THIS


OR THIS 





When you go to a hospital YOU MUST
bring all your own bedding , food, and supplies.

Nothing is provided except for medicine.
If you can't afford you just lay in the bed all day with no care 



If you family can't bring food to you then you remain 
hungry unless kind visitors drop by with sugar, rice and soap
for you. 


& YOUR VERY HAPPY AND THANKFUL FOR THE HELP




                      You carry large containers of water home for drinking, cooking, bathing and laundry


AN EDUCATION IS A PRIVILEGE
Many of your friends don't go to school but your the lucky one because you have a sponsor!










& TEXTBOOKS ARE UN-AFFORDABLE UNLESS A SPONSOR PROVIDES THEM



YOU WALK EVERYWHERE DAILY, TO THE MARKET , TO SCHOOL AND BACK HOME


If you do help a child then encourage others to do so also. 

Thank you sponsors for your support!     Aug 5, 2014  12:16pm

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilAZtnmJs0U&t=6s