In the middle of this pandemic, child sponsorship is more important than ever to children… like Molika, Maza and Boishakhi.
As I’m sure you’ve experienced here in Australia, the fight against covid has impacted every area of life – church, work, studies, and school.
It’s the same for children in countries across the world. And these three precious sponsored children would like to share their story about life in lockdown with you.
In the middle of this global pandemic, your child sponsorship is more important than ever to children like these three girls.
*Name changed for child protection reasons.
It affects my family’s livelihood because my parents cannot go outside to earn money . . . I am afraid that covid will negatively impact my country, my community, and my family.
Molika* from Cambodia.
It means sanitiser and face masks for families and frontline workers… to help slow the rapid spread of covid.
It means learning support for children like Maza, Molika, and Boishakhi during lockdown… to stop school dropout.
It means urgent livelihood relief for mums and dads whose incomes have been affected by the pandemic… so that children don’t go hungry.
“Lots of thanks to our Australian friends for helping us . . . And if you could help our other friends, they would be benefited!”
Boishakhi* from Bangladesh
The effects of this pandemic are being felt right across the world. In Australia, there is a strong healthcare system and help available for struggling families. But overseas, some families are not lucky enough to have the same safety nets.
Help children and their families through and beyond this covid pandemic.
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