When you sponsor a refugee child, you’ll provide live-changing opportunities:
“ The education will change our society better than politics. I always believed that the latter ruined my country and that’s why I wish to become a teacher. To enable students and people to effectively change Sudan into a better place!”, Remas, 11 years old
“ I’m a very shy young girl. I feel that nurses are also shy and usually quiet, conducting their own work in silence while healing people. I wish to become one!”, Marlene, 6 years old.
“ Because home is where love resides, memories are created, family and friends belong, and laughter never ends, being an engineer will hopefully fulfil my dream of building a home for my family and me!”, Gambri, 9 years old
“ Because everyone we meet is fighting a harder battle, I wish to be kind to him/her by becoming a Physician, to help ease people’s pain and see them in better conditions than mine”, Ezbo, 10 years old.
Eve: “I had come here to teach; but although I saw Mahya in class, I ended up really connecting with her in an unexpected way. It began when our group of volunteers at the Centre noticed a large open sore on one of the children’s feet.”
Our team got to come face-to-face with men, women and children who are hundreds of miles from home, unsure of if they’ll be able to return and trying to make a life for themselves: Afraid. Lonely. Homesick. Unsure.