Érika is in a place she never thought she would be
Érika left school at age 12 to help her family make ends meet. We awarded her one of nearly 3,000 scholarships so Érika’s family could buy school supplies and pay for her transport. Now, at age 18, Érika is one of the best students in her school and aims to become a cardiologist or neurosurgeon.
Supporters like you can make it happen.
THREE GENERATIONS OF KAMALARI – BUT NO MORE
Just as her mother and grandmother had done, Lila worked as a Kamalari, or house slave, from the age of 14 to 17. Thanks to our rehabilitation programme for Kamalari girls, funded by kind supporters like you, Lila returned to school and learnt about her rights. Now she's determined the practice stops with her.
For families like Lila's, a gift in your will can have an impact that lasts for generations.
Ronald made his dreams come true
Growing up, Ronald couldn’t go to school and his family often couldn’t afford to eat. After Ronald joined our child sponsorship programme, he was able to begin making his dreams a reality. That dream was to have his own piggery – and with the help of supporters like you, Ronald now has 25 pigs. This income pays for his younger brother and sister to go to school. Now Ronald is studying for a degree so he can support other children in his community.
A gift in your will can create more stories like Ronald’s.