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Your Support Inspires Junior to Care for Others

Everything changed when Junior's father died. Once one of the better-off families in his village in Malawi—meaning simply that his parents could afford to feed their children three meals each day—Junior and his two siblings suddenly had no one to provide for their needs. 

High School Students Sponsor a Child in Uganda

The world became a much bigger place for one freshman class at Patriot High School in Jurupa Valley, California, last fall. It all started when their teacher, Shari Russell, shared the story of her sister Jenn’s Venture Trip with Children of the Nations (COTN). Jenn and her husband Tyler had just returned from a trip to Uganda, where they met their sponsored child.  

A Day in the Life of a Ugandan Child

The day begins early for Guido, as it does for most children living in the Ugandan village of Anai-Okii.  He gets up at 6 a.m. to fetch water for the morning. Guido is blessed—because of partners like you who helped build a well right in his village.  He doesn't have to go far, and the water he draws is fresh and safe to drink. 



Chris Clark, a fifth-generation missionary raised in Africa, and his wife Debbie, a teacher, felt God calling them to minister to and help children around the world.

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