Student Leaders Care for the Widow and Fatherless
As a child who had grown up in poverty, Karim Sensalire was not often surprised by the despair he saw in his home country of Uganda. But the hopelessness of this blind woman, Mariam, and her family was more profound than he was used to. In her children he saw the devastation that could have been his own life. This realization made the hope he found through Compassion all the more powerful.
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Compassion’s Role in Ending Malaria
More than half of the children Compassion serves are at risk of malaria. Through Compassion’s Malaria Interventions, thousands of families receive insecticide-treated malaria nets, and are trained in how to prevent the disease from striking their families.
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