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Hana Kasaye  

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  • Age: 19
  • Birthday: January 6, 1996
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: Ethiopia
  • Center: Hawassa Yehiwot Berhan Church Child Development Project
  • Child ID: ET7060305
    • Child lives in an AIDS-affected area.
Hana lives with her mother. She is responsible for washing clothes, making beds and helping in the kitchen. Her mother is sometimes employed.

Running is Hana's favorite activity. In middle school her performance is average and she also regularly attends church activities and choir.

Your love and support will help Hana to receive the assistance she needs to develop her potential. Please pray for her.
Hana lives on the plains of Hawassa, home to approximately 130,000 residents. Typical houses are constructed of dirt floors, wood walls and corrugated iron roofs. The primary ethnic groups are Sidama, Wolaita and Kembatta. The most commonly spoken languages are Sidamigna, Wolaitigna and Kembattigna.

The regional diet consists of maize and teff (grain). Common health problems in this area include malaria, pneumonia, tuberculosis, typhoid fever and HIV/AIDS. Most adults work as day laborers and earn the equivalent of $20 per month. This community needs water, educational materials, tuition assistance and employment opportunities.

Your sponsorship allows the staff of Hawassa Yehiwot Berhan Church Child Development Center to provide Hana with Bible studies, health screening, clothing, sports, field trips, academic support, tutoring and school supplies. The center staff will also provide opportunities for project involvement for the parents or guardians of Hana.
Ethiopia, a republic in northeastern Africa, shares boundaries with five other countries. Most of the country is a high plateau capped by mountains. Lowland deserts surround the plateau. The country is about twice the size of Texas. Mounds of historical treasures have been found in Ethiopia near its Lake Turkana and in the country's Awash River Valley. Ethiopia's population is diverse inhabited by more than 70 ethnic groups. Eighty percent of the people support themselves through subsistence farming in the central plateau region. The people of Ethiopia are besieged by famine and HIV/AIDS. Nearly one million people have HIV/AIDS. Ethiopia has a long history of Christianity dating to the fourth century when the country led a crusade into Saudi Arabia defeating a Jewish king who was said to have slain Christians. The main religions in the country today are Christianity and Islam. Amharic is the country's official language. Compassion works in the western, eastern, southern, northern, and central regions of the country. Ethiopia is the only African country not colonized by European colonial forces. Known as Abyssinia until recently, Ethiopia was ruled by a powerful kingdom in the first centuries. After the 1500s, Ethiopia became a number of small kingdoms, which were reunified in the 1880s. Emperor Haile Selassie took Ethiopia's throne in 1931. Since he was dethroned in 1974, the country has experienced political instability and several forms of government. In 1995, the country became the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

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Child's Location: Northern part of Hawassa

This child lives in an AIDS-affected area. In Africa, the disease has impacted the entire continent, creating a generation of orphans and vulnerable children. God can use you to help ease the pain of a child in desperate need.

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Your tax-deductible contribution of just $38 a month connects a child living in poverty with a loving, church-based Child Sponsorship Program.

Your support provides:

  • Medical checkups, which often save lives
  • Nutritious food
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  • Educational assistance
  • Access to special services like surgeries and disaster relief
  • Mentoring to help children discover their incredible value as God’s children
  • Most important of all, your sponsored child will hear about Jesus Christ and be encouraged to develop a lifelong relationship with God.

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When children find out they've been sponsored, the joy they feel is indescribable. Just knowing that someone across the globe cares means more than you can imagine. Sponsoring a child in need will profoundly change the future for your child, and will change your own life as well.