In the countries where our missionaries serve, education is most often a luxury that the average person cannot afford. Whether a child, youth, seminarian, or a person living with impairments an education can lead to a better quality of life, something that laborers cannot normally expect.

Sponsors break the vicious cycle of poverty by providing for the child’s education, housing, and food.

You can be a positive force, and help us make a big change, for just a small donation each month. Help us sponsor lasting change.

Athit Meteku

Athit is the youngest of four children coming from a poor family in the Doing Chiang village in northern Thailand, near the border of Myanmar. He is a very energetic and active child a...

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Aung Soe Paing (BU47-1122)

Aung Soe Paing is one of four children living with their parents in a remote village with no schooling available. Ah Htoo brought Aung Soe Paing to the hostel in Keng Tung so that he can go to s...

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Babiana Thede

Babiana is one of eleven children. Her father passed away two years ago and her mother is older and cannot work much.  Her three older brother and sisters are leaving school to help their m...

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Balaswamy Gaddam

Balaswamy is knowledgeable about his faith, prayer and spirit life. He comes from a poor family, his parents are agricultural laborers but they are very active in the Catholic church. He is...

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Bambinia Myat Su Mon

Bambina is currently in sixth grade and doing very well in school. She likes music and to sing and dance to it, if there is no music on, you can usually find Bambina humming or singing a so...

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Baptista Kyaw Naing Oo

Baptista is the second oldest of seven children. All his younger siblings attend school in their village, but since there is no middle school in their village, Baptista attends Htithasaw Boardin...

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Benedeta Rimu

Benedeta is in eighth grade, and she is a very bright young lady. Since her parents can't afford to care for her, she stays at the hostel and helps the sisters with daily chores, and helps ...

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Benedetta Mu De

The parents of Benedetta Mu De are Romano and Carmela. They are subsistence farmers. Benedetta is the first born of seven siblings: Benedetta Mue De, Catherine Mue Ke, Ernesto, Jerome, Elena, An...

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Benedict Kjo

Benedict is in fifth grade at Thaukyekhat hight school and stays at St. George's boarding house due to there only being a primary school in his village. He is one of six children and they are al...

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Berto Ne Win

Berto lost his mother when he was very young; their father was raising him and his siblings. Work has not been steady for Martino, and he knew caring for his children was nearly impossible witho...

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Bhargavi Pulla

Bhargavi is in sixth grade, and she is doing very well in all of her classes. Her father is an agricultural worker and her mother is a housewife, taking care of Bhargavi's younger siblings. In h...

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Bibiana Ah cha

Bibiana is the oldest of five children who live with their parents just outside of Kafat. Bibiana's family attends Mass every week and her parents even help out at the convent with anything they...

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