The following children are in need of sponsors.
For only $35 per month through World Vision, you can help a child’s community to fund projects that provide clean water, nutritious food, basic healthcare, educational opportunities and economic development assistance. Each community, along with World Vision, determines its most pressing needs.
You can also build a relationship with your child through letters. Will you consider changing a life today?
Priyanka is six years old, and she lives with her father, who is a farm laborer. She is in primary school and enjoys studying the national language. She helps at home by carrying water and likes to play with dolls.
The typical home in Priyanka’s community in India is made of wood, with a thatch roof and dirt floor. Rice is a staple in the diet.
Your sponsorship helps to provide Priyanka’s community with improved health through access to clean water and training in nutrition and hygiene. It also provides tutoring, vocational training and leadership training, as well as innovative agriculture and livestock training.
Juan Pablo lives with his mother and one sister. He is seven years old.
Juan Pablo is not in school at this time. He likes to play with toy cars and helps at home by putting toys away.
He lives in an urban community in Colombia, where the typical home is constructed of wood with cement flooring. Common foods are rice, eggs, beans and plantains.
Your sponsorship helps to provide Juan Pablo’s community with special healthcare, vaccinations against major diseases and special feeding programs for undernourished children. Your support also helps to reconstruct the community, which has been devastated by an earthquake and war.
Deborah, 8, lives with her father and two brothers in Uganda. Her father is self-employed, and struggles to provide for the family.
She is in primary schools and enjoys foreign language. At home, Deborah helps with cooking meals. She likes to play outside.
Deborah’s community in Uganda has been severely affected by the HIV and AIDS crisis, leaving many children without parents. The typical home is made of mud and bricks with tin or thatched roofs. Common foods are cassava, maize, sweet potatoes and beans.
Your sponsorship will help to provide Deborah’s community with improved healthcare and support, emphasizing assistance to those affected by HIV and AIDS. Your support also helps children to attend school, and gives farmers seeds and training on new farming methods.
Opher is a 9-year-old boy living with his mother and three brothers. His mother is a farmer.
He is in primary school and enjoys foreign language. Opher helps at home by running errands, and he likes to play soccer.
Opher’s community in Zambia has been affected by the HIV and AIDS crisis. The typical home is made of brick or mud with a thatched roof. A common food is a porridge called nshima, served with vegetables or occasionally meat.
Your sponsorship would help to provide Opher’s community with new wells for clean water and reading and math clubs to improve education. Your support also would provide instruction on the prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS, care for orphans and agricultural training for farmers.
Diana, 13, of Brazil, lives with her parents and two sisters. Her father is a driver, and her mother is a vendor.
She is in junior high school and enjoys mathematics. Diana helps at home by being good, and she likes to play video games.
Diana lives in an urban community where homes are built of brick, and are small and airless. Common foods include bread, biscuits, cereal, vegetables and meat.
Your sponsorship yeps to provide Diana’s community with greater access to nutritious food and improved healthcare and hygiene. Your support also helps to provide education and tutoring to school-age children, teach mothers to read and fund skills workshops to help older children gain employment.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or have any questions, please contact me in the comments section below.