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.

William Han Kham

William is the youngest of five children. He and his older sister were brought to the orphanage to study by the parish priest. Where they live, there is no schooling, but their parents...

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Withaya Jabu

Withaya is from a small village in northern Thailand. He's the youngest of four children coming from a poor family that recently moved to southern Thailand in search of work opportunities and be...

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Yamini Priya Thunga

Yamini Priya is in her second year at the university, and she is doing very well in her studies. During the pandemic, the schools are currently closed. Children receive school materials to help ...

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Yapa Sejang

Yapa comes from the Lahu ethnic group in northern Thailand, near the Myanmar border. He is the oldest of two children, and despite both of his parents working, they cannot afford the expenses of...

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Ya Pa Un (BU04-0325)

 Ya Pa Un is the youngest of nine children and lives in Phenande village. His parents are subsistence farmers and have very little money to support the family, so they have asked the sister...

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Yeruva Rajya Lakshmi

Raiyalakshmi's parents have no home, and her father is handicap and unable to work. Her mother earns very little as a day laborer, but it's not enough to sustain the family as work is scarce due...

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Zar Li Phyo

Zar Li Phyo is one of six children only which of three are attending school. Zar Li's family is lucky enough to own a small piece of land which they grow paddy on once a year to sell, and her fa...

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