STD III"Standard III Sponsorship"

Sponsor a child!

Standard III

Elisha Emanuel

I’m a boy, I was born 2010. I am living with his both parents at Baraa. I am from underprivileged family to get necessary needs is too difficult to me. I’m suffering from ulcers. Before school, early in the morning I fetch water, take shower then I get breakfast but left over food. After school, I fetch water, search  firewood then I play with his friends. When I grow up I want to  be a doctor.  

 

Samwel Victor

Hello, I am a boy, I was born in 2011. I live at Kwa mrefu. I live with my mother  and father, My parents works as a day labor and I have four sisters. Before school, I brush my teeth, put on my school uniform. I get tea with left over food but not everyday. My walk to school takes thirty minutes. My dream is to be an engineer.

 

Princess Mahenge

My name is Princess, I was born in 2013. I am a girl. I live with my Aunt. My mother passes away this year, My father got married to another wife. My father doesn’t care about us. My Aunt is working as day labor.  I have Two sisters, Precious is in Standard Six at Moshono Primary School, Lucia is in Standard Four at Baraa Primary School. Before school, I sometimes get tea with leftover food in the morning and after school, I wash the dishes, my school uniform and collect water. I do not get an evening meal everyday it’s depend if my Aunt got money. It is very difficult to go through all night without food. It is very painful. My favorite subjects at school are mathematics, handwriting  and reading. My dream is to become a doctor.

 

Sarah Emmanuel

My name is Sarah, I am a girl. I was born in 2011, I live at Kwa mrefu with my mother and father. My father works as a day carpenter while my mother is not working. Before school, I brush my teeth, put on my school uniform. I get tea with left over food but not everyday. My walk to school takes thirty minutes. My favorite subjects at school are mathematics and science. During the extra-curricular time I like playing football. When I grow up I want to be a nurse.

 

How it works

Children are put forward for sponsorship by teachers, volunteers, iThemba staff or parents. We interview them to understand a little about their lives. Then our Outreach Worker visits each child that is interviewed at home to understand their home situation. This helps us to decide whether the student really needs sponsorship and if they are a high, medium or low priority for sponsorship. We create a sponsorship sheet for each child that needs sponsorship. 

There are different reasons why a child would need sponsoring. Some of them are orphans, some are abused by their parents or caregivers, others have alcoholic parents or suffer themselves from diseases (are malnourished, epileptic, have eye problems and so on).

If you want to sponsor a child, all you need to do is send an email to baraasponsorship@gmail.com. Let us know if you have a preference for sponsoring a boy or girl and the age of the child. We will send a profile of a student over to you. You could also select a child yourself that you want to sponsor on our sponsorship page.

Payment can be made either yearly (€250) or monthly (€21) into our Leraren Zonder Grenzen account. For more details see our Donations section on our contribute page. However, when you mail us about sponsoring a child, we will provide you all the information.

Afterwards, we will send you an update on your sponsored child every 3 months so you can see how they are getting on.