All of our programs are rooted in Christian child development and child advocacy. It's a long-term approach, beginning in some cases with prenatal care and going all the way through leadership development for qualified young adults.
In a world where more than a billion children live on less than U.S. $2 per day, Child Sponsorship is the most strategic way to end child poverty.
Our prenatal program helps mothers give their babies a better chance to be healthy. And once a child is born, the Child Survival Program get critical child development off to a running start.
The Leadership Development Program identifies young Compassion-assisted men and women who have shown potential to become Christian leaders who can, in turn, influence their own families, churches, communities and nations.
Child development is dynamic. It changes as a child’s needs change. It’s personal, individualized and relational. And it’s tailored to ages, gender, health, cultures and family situations.
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"I would like my baby to study and to dedicate her life to God."
Compassion has been a trusted charity since 1952.
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"Partnering with God to raise up a leader in El Salvador
has been one of my greatest joys." -- Brianne
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"Thanks for fixing my heart!" - Fatao, a Compassion-assisted child from Burkina Faso