I typically advocate for Honduran children who attend the same projects as my own sponsored children, but am so delighted to advocate for these three precious children from around the world. Their sweet faces won my heart!
Princella – Ghana
I think this sweetie was very aptly named… Princella is a little princess! She lives in a forested community in Ghana with both her dad and mom, and she is one of two children in the home. 3 1/2 year old Princella helps in the home by caring for children, and her favorite activities are singing and walking. She attends kindergarten as well as church activities and Bible class. Her birthday is December 29, 2011.
Princella’s dad is sometimes employed as a farmer, and her mom is sometimes employed. Most adults work as market traders and earn the equivalent of $10/month. Common health problems in her area include malaria and typhoid fever, and the regional diet consists of maize, beans, chicken, fish, bread, cassava, plantains, and rice. The spoken language is Fante.
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Sauphiana – Haiti
Sauphiana lives on the plains of Port-de-Paix with both her dad and mom, and she is one of 3 children in the family. 6 year old Sauphiana is in preschool, and her favorite activities are playing house, art, and hide-and-seek. Her birthday is May 15, 2009.
Sauphiana’s dad is sometimes employed as a laborer, and her mom is sometimes employed as a seller in the market. Most adults in her community are unemployed, but some work on plantations, as subsistence farmers, or as market traders, and earn the equivalent of $43/month. Common health problems include fevers, typhoid, influenza, and malaria, and the regional diet consists of beans, bananas, chicken, bread, beef, and rice. The spoken language is Creole.
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Jefrinat – Indonesia
Jefri lives in an island community with both his dad and mom, and is one of 2 children in the family. 6 year old Jefri is not presently attending school, but he attends church activities regularly. Bicycling is his favorite activity. His birthday is May 30, 2009.
Jefri’s dad is sometimes employed, and his mom maintains the home. Most adults in this community work as subsistence farmers and earn the equivalent of $33/month. Common health problems in the area include malaria, diarrhea and vomiting. The regional diet consists of maize, fish and rice.
Contact me to sponsor Jefrinat.