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The Global Ministries Child Sponsorship Program relates to partners identified by Global Ministries Area Offices. Click on the area name to learn more about the sponsorship centers located there.

 Africa
 East Asia and the Pacific
 Latin America and the Caribbean
 Middle East and Europe
 Southern Asia

AFRICA

LEPHOI CENTRE FOR THE BLIND (Botswana)
This center is located in Francistown, Botswana. The residential center is a hostel for about 50 children that are totally blind or have seriously impaired vision. The children rage from eight to 18 years old. They are taught braille in English and Setswana and other important living skills. when the children are ready, they are integrated as far as possible with other children at the same educational level. The hostel is administered by the Botswana Synod of the United Congregational Church of Southern Africa.
Sponsorship level: $25 per month

MT. SELINDA HOMES AND ADDITIONAL CENTERS IN ZIMBABWE (Zimbabwe)
This Home in Zimbabwe provides basic necessities such as housing, food, clothing, medical care, and education for orphaned and abandoned children; many orphaned because of the HIV/AIDS crisis.  The program provides children living with families supplies such as food and clothing. 

EAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC

ELIM (YULIN) CHILDREN'S HOME (China)
Founded in 2002, the Elim Children’s Home in Xuchang City, Henan Province, China, provides residential care for school-aged children formerly living in impoverished conditions, as well as for street kids and prisoners’ children.  This residential Home provides them with opportunities to receive an education, basic medical care and enjoy the human rights of love and freedom.  The children are encouraged to study, to learn basic skills, and to read the Bible to learn God’s words.
Sponsorship level: $25.00 per month

KALAUMAN DEVELOPMENT CENTER (Philippines)
This community-based program in the Philippines serves orphaned and abandoned children, and some who live with close relatives or parents who are under or unemployed. The center provides basic educational and health services, as well as an opportunity for families to participate in community activities to enhance their ability to become self-reliant and self-sufficient.
Sponsorship level: $30 per month

LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARRIBEAN

HOUSE OF HOPE (Haiti)               
The House of Hope provides food, shelter, clothing, and education for children who labor as domestic servants (restaveks) in Port-au-Prince, as well as a safe place where the children can learn social skills and professional trades.  The House is sponsored by the Ecumenical Christian Agency in Haiti.
Sponsorship level:  $30.00 per month

MT. OLIVET HOME FOR BOYS (Jamaica)
The Mt. Olivet Home aids boys from problem home situations, as well as street children. It is administered by the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. Currently, all children at the Home are sponsored through Global Ministries.
Sponsorship level: $25 per month

PRINGLE HOME FOR CHILDREN (Jamaica)
Pringle Home provides assistance for abandoned, orphaned and street children. It is administered by the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. Currently, all children at the Home are sponsored through Global Ministries.
Sponsorship level: $25 per month

MIDDLE EAST AND EUROPE

RAWDAT EL-ZUHUR (Palestine)
This coeducational elementary school in East Jerusalem serves 250 Palestinian children through its preschool and elementary classes. Both Christianity and Islam are taught. The school offers educational opportunities for the lower-income community.
Sponsorship level: $25 per month

ARMENIAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (Armenia)
Provides poor and low income children with nutritional and hygienic necessities, school supplies and other forms of assistance. In addition, spiritual aid is provided through holiday programs, summer camps and personal visits by AMAA representatives.
Sponsorship level: $25 per month

SOUTHERN ASIA

FAMILY VILLAGE FARM (KATPADI) (India)
This center near Vellore, India, provides food, clothing and shelter in a home-like setting for poor, orphaned children. The children live in family groups of up to ten children with a surrogate mother and grandparents. Following their early education, the children also learn vocational skills.
Sponsorship level: $30 per month
For more information on the the life and ministry of Pauline King, founder of the Family Village Farm, go toPauline King Corner.

SERMEY THOESAM SCHOOL (India)
This Tibetan refugee school in Southern India provides comprehensive education for resident boys at the Sea Mey Monastic College. The school offers classes in modern and traditional Tibetan subjects. The boys also receive three meals a day.
Sponsorship level: $30 per month

SONADA REFUGEE CAMP (India)
This co-op farming society in Sonada, Darjeeling, W. Bengal, India, is home to more that 500 Tibetan refugees, including children. The program provides the children with basic necessities.
Sponsorship level: $25 per month

TIBETAN CHILDREN'S VILLAGE (India)
This center assists over 13,000 needy Tibetan children in four main villages and five residential schools in Dharamsala, India. The hope is to enable the children to grow and develop as naturally as possible while maintaining their culture. The village operates a day school, technical schools, handicraft programs and a dairy farm.
Sponsorship level: $30 per month

TIBETAN REFUGEE SELF-HELP CENTRE (India)
This center aids more than 1,000 refugees in Darjeeling. It takes in families and helps the children receive an education and vocational training. The program also provides basic food and housing in a cohesive and productive community. Sponsorship level: $25 per month



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