All Stories


    Survival Bangladesh
    An End to Their Chronic Hunger
    Kanti had only rice to eat. Her baby? Only water. Here’s how donors helped rescue them from malnutrition.
    Child Sponsorship Ecuador
    Big, Beautiful Smiles
    With children as young as toddlers experiencing tooth decay in a rural community in Ecuador, Compassion's local church partner took action.
    Critical Needs Honduras
    "I Beat Dengue"

    Rafael got infected with severe dengue and spent almost a month hospitalized in the capital city’s public hospital. Doctors doubted his healing, but Rafeal wouldn’t give up.

    Critical Needs Tanzania
    Healed From Seizures

    A head injury left James suffering seizures several times a day. After 11 years and countless trips to the hospital with no permanent solution, Compassion helped to restore his childhood.

    Child Sponsorship Indonesia
    How Does Sponsorship Help Kids Physically?

    Meet Rusdy, a Compassion Project Facilitator, who is able to minister to children in desperate poverty because of sponsors and partners like you. Experience how Compassion helps children physically in this powerful video.

    Country Trips El Salvador
    Unforgettable Family Trip

    When a U.S. family travels to El Salvador to visit their sponsored child and her mother, they discover a common connection more powerful than any differences.

    Mexico
    Wild Mushroom Soup
    Mexican cuisine features a variety of wild mushrooms in tamales, salads, stews — and soups like this one!
    Kenya
    Githeri
    This staple Kenyan food is a simple vegetarian stew of corn and beans.
    Honduras
    Arroz con Leche
    Arroz con leche is a rice pudding enjoyed as a dessert or snack throughout Central America.
    Guatemala
    Empanadas
    These sweet or savory stuffed pastries are beloved throughout Latin America.
    Ghana
    Crispy Baked Yams
    Fried yams are a popular street food in Ghana. This baked version is similar but healthier.
    Brazil
    Baião de Dois
    This easy, versatile dish featuring black-eyed peas is popular in the northeastern part of Brazil.