Until May 2011, the number of children leaving Compassion projects (departures) in Nicaragua were high, which was a big reason for concern. What was wrong? What could be done?
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Author: Web Team Posted: 24th September, 2012
Author: Sara Meredith Posted: 19th September, 2012
A couple of weeks ago, working as an Advocate, I had the honour to meet with a young lady who had once been a sponsored child with Compassion. I don’t use the word honour freely, but because as I stood there listening to her story I felt blessed to be part of it.
Author: Web Team Posted: 14th September, 2012
Just as children like Precious get a lot of letters from their sponsors, there are also some children like Beatrice, who has never received a letter from her sponsor. She knows nothing about her sponsor except that she is female, judging from her name.
Author: Web Team Posted: 12th September, 2012
If there is one thing Compassion sponsored children in Ghana cherish most at the project, it is letters from their sponsors. They are the only physical thing the children have to prove that they have some special person somewhere outside Ghana who cares about them and loves them. Some children at the project get loads of letters from their sponsors. On the other hand, there are some children who have never tasted how getting a letter from a sponsor feels.
Paul and Christine are the leaders of St Mark’s Battersea Rise in South London. Their congregation have partnered with Compassion for a number of years now, supporting projects in India, Ghana and Kenya. In this video they tell us why they continue to partner with us to see so many children released from poverty in Jesus’ name.