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We noticed you were looking to sponsor a community. Your support will not only change the life of a child, but an entire community.

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Last time you were here, you were looking to help vulnerable children and families. Your support can save and change lives.

You're about to build a brighter future for Suliaman, 6 years old, and his community in Uganda.

Please select your sponsorship level for Suliaman

* For an extra $10 a month, you can elect to give a gift to your child's community. This gift will go towards large scale projects, such as a well or a school, that will benefit all children in your sponsored child's community. To give a gift to your child's community simply change your selected option above to "Sponsorship Plus More".

Sponsor Suliaman

Life in Uganda

Suliaman was born in central western Uganda where he lives with his family. He is a Ganda by tribe and a Muslim by faith. He stays with his siblings and parents in a small house roofed with metallic Iron Sheets and made of a packed dirt floor. The family practices subsistence farming and the produce harvested serve for both food and income for the family. The familys average monthly income is less than 25 US dollar, which is inadequate to meet health, education and other care and support needs of the children. Suliaman attends Primary school and his best subject is Counting and Literacy. He is a very patient boy and he enjoys playing football with his peers. He likes eating local dishes prepared out of smashed banana, rice accompanied with beef or chicken but the family can only afford such a meal on Christmas. We hope that your kind sponsorship will change the life of Suliaman and family.

Sponsor Suliaman

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Where your money goes

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in every dollar goes directly to helping children in poverty

Almost 23 million

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