Uganda Education

A Promising Path

A recent graduate who served impoverished children in the U.S. returns to Uganda to help orphans and widows there.

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More In This Issue: March 2018

Africa Faith Ghana

What Easter Means to Sponsored Children in Ghana

“Easter assures me of the love God has for me”: A Q&A with four teens in Africa.

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Africa Family Fun Uganda

Recipe: Chapati Rolex

Watch a short video to learn how to make this easy Ugandan wrap.

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Watch a short video to learn how to make this easy Ugandan wrap.

Week 38 – The Goliath in Axel’s head

Honduras  

Ten-year-old Axel, from Honduras, knew something was wrong when he didn’t have the balance or energy to play soccer with his friends after school. Doctors said he had hydrocephalus – fluid in the brain – and a pea-size tumor. Compassion helped Axel’s family pay for his lifesaving surgery.

 Read Axel's inspiring story of hope

Week 38 | 2018

Week 37 – Out of the dark and into the light

Togo  

Moms around the world do all they can to keep their children safe. But for children living in poverty, the risk of abuse, exploitation and trafficking abounds. It’s a dark and desperate place. But sponsors and supporters of Compassion give moms a network of caring Christian adults in the fight to keep children safe.

 See how the vulnerable are protected

Week 37 | 2018

Week 36 – … And His children will have a refuge

Thailand  

Refugee children whose parents fled the war and conflict in Myanmar and crossed the border into Thailand are at the greatest risk of falling victim to trafficking. Compassion helps children find a path to Thai citizenship, where they have access to education, health care and job opportunities.

 Read about their paths to Thai citizenship

Week 36 | 2018