30-Day Prayer Guide India

Mourning but Hopeful

Compassion has been forced to close our program in India after nearly 50 years. Join us in praying for the children, families and churches who have lost our support.

Pray Now

More In This Issue: April 2017

Indonesia Health

Healing Network

Poverty makes a boy’s cancer all the more frightening — and Compassion’s intervention all the more necessary.

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Burkina Faso Africa Water

Church Sheds Light on Critical Needs

Solar panels provide power to an African community and safe water to sponsored children and their families.

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India Health

Contagious Wellness

A look back on our work in India: Formerly sponsored teens take health lessons to East Indian villages.

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Fact Check Health

Responding to Malaria

It’s a deadly disease, but we can stop it. Learn how Compassion supporters help.

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Family Fun Craft


Teach your kids about Latin American cultures while making these fun shakers.

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Week 28 – 3 … 2 … 1 … Blast off!

Burkina Faso  

Compassion children in Burkina Faso are so excited to share more about their lives, their homes and their cultures with you that they’re launching themselves into the air. Speaking of launching, check out Compassion’s new Explorer website for kids!

 Explore Compassion Explorer

Week 28 | 2018

Week 27

Dominican Republic   Child Survival

Carmen was five months pregnant with her daughter, Karla, when a motorcycle accident left her severely burned. Her local Compassion center in the Dominican Republic immediately registered her into the Survival Program, covered her medical costs, and cared for her and her newborn as she recovered. Now Carmen praises God for her life!

 Learn more about the Survival Program

Week 27 | 2018

Week 26 – Treasured photos


You probably display a photo of the child you sponsor somewhere in your home, but did you know sponsored children do the same thing with the photos they receive? We hear from children all over the world that photos of their sponsors are some of their most prized possessions. This is true for Ablavi, in Togo, seen here holding a picture of her sponsors. Because of them, her family was reunited.

 Read the story behind this photo

Week 26 | 2018