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

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* 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 Terel

Life in Indonesia

Terel Tabenu is a poor little boy, living in East Nusa Tenggara. His family circumstances are ones of dire poverty and need. His father is a farmer, but his meager and uncertain income is not sufficient to provide adequately for the necessities of life for his family. His mother on the other hand cannot help to ease the financial problem in the family since she is unskilled and cannot find any job. The familys annual income is around US$ 487.00. These good parents want their child to have better care and attention, so we are happy to welcome him to our group. Terel is his nickname. He lives with his parent and an elder brother in a very simple house with zinc roof, woven bamboo walls and cemented floor. He has fairly good health condition and he makes good progress. Your kind sponsorship and love will be a great blessing for this boy in having a nice childhood. Hoping he will get bright future.

Sponsor Terel

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