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 41 – Standing in the Gap

Bangladesh   Day in the Life

Sejoti, left, plays with a friend at their Compassion center. Sejoti wastes no time after school changing into her play clothes and hurrying to the center for games, Bible lessons, food and tutoring. Her sponsor in Texas makes it all possible. After Compassion activities, Sejoti will return home to help her parents with chores.

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Week 41 | 2018

Week 40 – Unexpected Daughter 

Bolivia   Child Development

Ten-year-old Nayely’s parents sacrificed a lot to give her a family. But when they couldn’t meet Nayely’s needs beyond love, a generous sponsor and church stepped in. Now when Nayely works up an appetite playing soccer at her Compassion center, she eats a warm meal afterward and doesn’t go to bed hungry.

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Week 40 | 2018

Week 39 – Breathing a bit easier


Chernaypaw still worries about her 14-month-old daughter Patnaree’s asthma. But since her Compassion center’s Survival Program stepped in, she now has medicines and treatments, and knows how to care better for her daughter’s condition. Now Chernaypaw can breathe a bit easier herself and enjoy fun-filled moments with her adorable little girl.

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Week 39 | 2018