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.

Agusta Mu Mu Aye

Augusta in her second year at the university. She has finished nursing training and will return to school when Covid is better controlled. 

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Ai Kyai Lo

Ai Kyai Lo is currently in his last and final year of high school. He is studying extra hard this year so that he can pass his final exam and graduate and try to get into the University. Th...

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Anchali Sehang

Anchali is the oldest of two girls coming from a poor family in northern Thailand. There is no schooling for miles in her village, but her parents wanted to give their children an opportunity at...

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Angelo (BU48-1496)

Angelo was born at Kwai Ngan village and he has an elder sister and three younger brothers. His parents are farmers and have to struggle a lot to send him and his younger brothers to school. His...

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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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Ei Phyu Sin

Ei Phu Sin is in her first year at the university and she is doing quite well in school. She is focusing on the basics of her education right now but plans on majoring in economic...

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Elizabeth Be Be

Elizabeth is in her final year of high school and looking forward to continuing her education at the university. She lives with her eldest brother while attending school, since her parents are s...

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Emmanuel Shaik

Emmanuel is the only son of his parents. His father, Dadamia, is a Leprosy patient and his mother, Adivamma, is also a leprosy patient child and a daily coolie. He is in his ...

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Imanuela (BU31-1533)

Imanuela, age 17, s a good student who attends school regularly.  She wants to continue her education. Her parents are farmers and have a very meager income; they cannot meet her basic need...

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Johnvesly Gaddala

JOHNWESLY is the eldest child for his parents. He has one younger brother named JOHNWILSON studying the 5th class in the same school. Both his father & mother are leprosy patients’ chi...

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Josephina Aye

Josephine is the second daughter among four siblings in the family.  Both her parents are Catholics and work the farm for their livelihood.  Her father was a catechist in a poor villag...

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Lomu Chemu

Lomu and his younger sister came to Mae Suay from the Doi Chang village. Unfortunately, there is no schooling available in their village, so they stay at the boarding home in Mae Suay while they...

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