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  • Age: 11
  • Birthday: March 18, 2004
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: Sri Lanka
  • Center: LK 502 Passara Child Development Center
  • Child ID: LK5020067
Kabilan lives with his father and his mother. His duties at home include running errands and cleaning. There are 4 children in the family. His father is employed as a laborer and his mother is employed as a laborer.

For fun, Kabilan enjoys singing and playing group games. He attends Christian instruction regularly and is in primary school where his performance is average.

Your love and support will help Kabilan to receive the assistance he needs to develop his potential. Please pray for him.
Kabilan lives in the mountainous community of Passara, home to approximately 54,000 residents. Typical houses are constructed of cement floors, mud or brick walls and tin roofs. The primary ethnic group is Indian Tamil and the most commonly spoken language is Sinhala.

The regional diet consists of bread and rice. Common health problems in this area include fevers, tuberculosis, colds, coughs, diarrhea and vomiting. Most adults in Passara work in factories, on plantations or as subsistence farmers and earn the equivalent of $129 per month. This community needs qualified pre-school teachers, scholastic materials, water and vocational training centers.

Your sponsorship allows the staff of Passara Child Development Center to provide Kabilan with Bible teaching, hygiene and nutrition education, sports camps, computer skills training, music and cultural dance classes and talent development. The center staff will also provide health education and counseling for the parents or guardians of Kabilan.
Sri Lanka is an island located just south of India in the Indian Ocean. The terrain is made up of low-lying plains, although there is a mountainous region in the southern part of the island. Because of the tropical location, Sri Lanka experiences an extremely rainy climate, with monsoons in the northeast from December to March and monsoons in the southwest from June to October.

The majority of Sri Lankans are Sinhalese, although a small percentage of the population is also made up of Moors and Tamil. Sinhala is the official language, the other national language being Tamil. Although English is used in the government, only 10% of the population speaks English. Buddhism is the dominant religion practiced by 69% of Sri Lankans, while a small minority practice Islam, Hinduism and Christianity. As Sri Lanka is located in close proximity to major shipping routes in the Indian Ocean, much of the economy consists of exporting goods. More than half of Sri Lanka's exports are textiles and garments. Many Sri Lankans work abroad, mainly in the Middle East.

In the 16th and 17th centuries, the island was controlled first by the Portuguese and then the Dutch. Sri Lanka celebrated its independence in 1948 although at that time it was known as Ceylon; it was not known as Sri Lanka until 1972. Beginning in 1983, the Sinhalese majority and the Tamil minority fought an ethnic war that lasted for more than two decades. Efforts by Norway in 2002 to broker a peace agreement between the government and Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in early 2008 were unsuccessful, and the conflict continued until May of 2009, when the government defeated the LTTE, finally bringing resolution to the longstanding unrest.

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