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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.
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.
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.
Poverty doesn’t allow children to dream. It can block their perspective on the world. But when children in poverty meet Jesus, their dreams become real and become even better. Thanks to the work of the Church and the generosity of sponsors, children around the world are able to dream and achieve big things. Fuel is being poured into their hearts.
Sharith thought she was stupid until teachers at her Compassion center helped her see the truth.
Every step of the way, Erika faced challenges to her dream of being a doctor. Her father’s tragic death. Lack of money for school. But she wouldn’t give up — and through the support of Compassion and her sponsor, she doesn’t have to!
Every child deserves an education. More than 1 in 4 children in developing regions entering primary school will be likely to drop out. About 126 million youths worldwide lack basic literacy skills.
From our staff and sponsored children around the world, we want to say THANK YOU! Your partnership made this an amazing year! We can’t wait to see what God has in store for 2020!
Every week Gibson faithfully shows up at his church to teach welding skills to children in Compassion’s program. He acts not just as a teacher and instructor but also as a mentor and father figure, believing God has called him to leave a legacy in the next generation.
Because of the generosity of Compassion supporters, Jose, a father in Peru, is able to open his very own bakery in the community, nearly tripling his former income as a farmer and helping to provide for his infant daughter, Ariana.
10-year-old Sujit became responsible for his family's income after his father suffered a crippling stroke. Then a local church intervened and gave Sujit reason to smile again.