- Country: Philippines
- D.O.B: February 21, 2010
- Age: 11
- Gender: Boy
Caloy lives with his mother and father. Caloy's mother is Sometimes Employed. Her occupation is Food Vendor. Caloy's father is Regularly Employed. His occupation is Day Labor / Different Jobs. Caloy has 2 siblings living in the household. Caloy helps with the following duties at home: Carries Water, Cleaning, Kitchen Help, and Running Errands. Caloy's favourite activities and interests include: Art or Drawing, Basketball, Dancing, Group Games, Hide and Seek, Running, and Singing. Activities that Caloy enjoys through the church are: Bible Class and Camp. At the compassion centre Caloy's favourite activities are: Dancing and / or Drama, Learning about God, Listening to Bible Stories, and Snack / Meal Time. Caloy attends school. He is in the equivalent of grade 5. Caloy's favourite subjects are Math and Science. His performance in school is Above Average. Caloy's family lives in the area of Mandaue in Philippines.
North to south, 7,107 islands spread over 1,150 miles in the western Pacific Ocean to make up the country of the Philippines. About 95 percent of the population lives on the 11 largest islands. In the tropical lowlands, the climate is usually hot, humid, and rainy.
Philippine society is known for its tradition of strong family loyalty, respect for women, recognition of the mother in the family as teacher of values, and a commitment to working together in a community spirit called bayanihan.
For centuries, the Philippine Islands have been the crossroads of many cultures, including the Middle East, India, and China, which all came to trade. In 1521, Spaniard Ferdinand Magellan reached the islands, and Spain ruled them until 1898. The Philippines was granted independence from Japanese control in 1946, after Japan's defeat in World War II. Since 1986, when the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos was toppled, the Philippines has enjoyed political stability and steady economic growth.
Compassion’s ministry is focused on what we call holistic child development. This means developing children in all the different aspects of their lives—their minds, bodies and relationships—while giving them the opportunity to hear about and experience the love of Jesus from caring local church staff and volunteers.
Absolutely not! We encourage children and families of all faiths and backgrounds to register in our programs and would never require or coerce anyone to convert to Christianity.Learn More
Today, children around the world are discovering that poverty doesn’t have to be their future. Help one more do the same by sponsoring with Compassion!
While we're sorry you could not sponsor this specific child, we would love to help you find a different child to sponsor.