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Creative classrooms

Education plays a key role in helping children break free from poverty. It teaches children about the world around them. It gives them options to change it. But sitting in a classroom all day is boring. That’s why Compassion takes a creative approach to learning. Education is as diverse as the children we work with, […]

date: July 8, 2014
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Do the Response programs really work?

Compassion’s ministry gives children, parents and young adults the chance to be freed from poverty in every sense as they’re developed in all the different aspects of their lives—their minds, bodies and relationships while discovering God’s love for them in the gospel of Jesus Christ. But sometimes there are needs that go beyond what can […]

date: April 8, 2014
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A drink of clean water

Most of India’s rural population does not have access to safe water and sanitation. The World Bank estimates 21 per cent of communicable diseases in India are from using unsafe water. Diarrhea claims more than 1600 lives each day. Illiteracy and lack of knowledge about basic hygiene continue to affect the health of children and […]

date: March 21, 2014
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Toilet Talk

Let’s take a moment to talk about…toilets. Yes, potty talk is usually discouraged. But we’re going to break the rules for a moment because as awkward as it is to talk about them, toilets are important. In many communities where Compassion works, there aren’t many toilets. Doing your business out in the open is normal. […]

date: November 19, 2013
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Do Gifts of Compassion work?

You all are so generous that last year Compassion Canada raised $1.1 million to respond to various needs around the world through Gifts of Compassion. That’s exciting stuff! But we don’t  just want to have good intentions. We want to make sure we’re doing things in the best way possible. That’s why our smarty-pants researchers just […]

date: November 4, 2013
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Give goats to a family in Haiti this Christmas

Denis’ father died in Haiti’s disastrous earthquake of 2010. His aunt Paulette is raising him, even though she already has five grown children of her own. But through Compassion, this family received two goats to breed. In a short period of time, the goats had three babies. They gave one baby goat to another family […]

date: October 23, 2013
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How does Compassion help children pay for school?

Compassion’s Sponsorship Program helps children receive an education, but, as you read in our last article, Compassion centres aren’t schools. They complement formal education through curriculum that helps children grow up to be economically self-supporting. But Compassion also helps families pay for the enormous burden that formal education can be in the developing world. Primary […]

date: August 19, 2013
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How does Compassion help children with education?

Most of our sponsors know that Compassion helps children receive education. But how exactly do we go about doing that? These articles will be your guide to understand how your sponsorship brings educational opportunities to children to ensure they can be self-supporting when they grow up. Are Compassion centres schools? One common misconception we hear […]

date: August 15, 2013
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A safe place for Emile

Togo is wild and beautiful; long grass grows tall in the red soil and grey mountains loom in distance. It’s here Emile lives with his grandmother in a one-room hut in the rugged bush lands. Life in the bush is far different from life in the village. People in the bush devote their lives to […]

date: August 1, 2013
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A day in the life of a Maasai boy

June 16th is the Day of the African Child. Find out what a day in the life of a boy from the Maasai tribe of Kenya is like and find out how Compassion is helping him be the first of his 10 siblings to get an education.

date: June 16, 2013
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