Togo Day in the Life

A Father Raises His Kids on $2 a Day

Sponsorship allows a widower to envision a better future for his 8-year-old son.

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More In This Issue: September 2017

Dominican Republic Health

Holding Onto Life

A medical diagnosis gives Compassion staff the opportunity to find answers for a sick girl.

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Philippines Child Development

Teen’s Church Wouldn’t Give Up on Her

When a sponsored girl discovered her parents’ drug business, she needed her Compassion center more than ever.

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Angelyn's Story: A Life of Hope in a World Destroyed by Drugs
Guatemala Education

Teaching My Father to Read

A father chooses to invest in his daughter’s education — an investment that would pay off in ways he never could have imagined.

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Family Fun Craft

Gulp, Gulp, Go

Your kids will love making this toy car out of plastic bottles like many sponsored children do.

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Week 15 – A Gift, A Godsend

Ghana, Africa   Business

Benedicta is shy 11-year-old girl like so many others in her community in Ghana. But she smiles a lot. She smiles because a generous gift from her sponsors allowed her father to open a small store that has changed her family’s lives.

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Week 15 | 2018

Week 14 – Measuring Success

Dominican Republic   Child Survival

Infant survival rates have gone up as Compassion centers in the Dominican Republic help moms care for babies through regular checkups, care coaching and food supplementation. There’s nothing that brings a mother more joy than having a healthy, thriving baby!


Did you know that in many countries, parents don’t even name their newborns until one or two months after they’re born? Infant death rates are so high —especially immediately following birth — that parents wait to see if the child will survive. But God said He knows and cares for each child. Help us care for women and babies through the Survival initiative.

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Week 14 | 2018