Bolivia Feature Story

Value Beyond Words

Bolivian mothers in the Child Survival Program gain life-changing literacy skills along with parenting and spiritual support.

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More In This Issue: Fall 2015

Photo Essay Worldwide

Living and Learning

No matter where they live, kids have a lot going on before and after school. But for families without access to running water, electricity, safe playgrounds or cars, the daily routine looks a lot different from that in developed countries.
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Feature Story Thailand

Study in Progress

Piyaporn, a young girl in one of Thailand’s marginalized hill tribes, is getting the education her father never could.

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Feature Story India

Keys to the Cage

Compassion staff in India help break the shackling cycle of generational poverty that drives millions of children in the country to take low-paying, often abusive jobs instead of attending school.

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Brazil From the President

From the President: The Door to Hope

The ability to get an education promises a brighter future for a 10-year-old girl in Brazil.

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Week 33 – Dressed in their everyday best

Bolivia  

These sisters in Bolivia smile as they walk to school wearing nice, clean uniforms that their Compassion center helped provide. For many children in poverty, their school uniforms are the nicest clothes they own.

 How does Compassion support education?

Week 33 | 2018

Week 32 – Not a number to God

Rwanda  

Did you know that 1 in 5 children worldwide die from a waterborne disease? Fiona, from Rwanda, is not a statistic. She’s a child with hopes and dreams for what she could become. Safe water and good hygiene will help her avoid getting sick so she can attend school more often, and move closer toward her brighter future.

 Read more about safe water

Week 32 | 2018

Week 31 – Blessed

Bolivia  

He may not have much else, but this little boy from Bolivia has a bicycle, which means he also has a rocket ship, a race car, a noble steed, or anything else he can imagine it to be. To a boy on his bicycle – even one living in poverty – the world is full of wonder.

 See the difference a bicycle can make

Week 31 | 2018