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What do you “half” to say about this?
The Child Survival Program . . .
making life better for children across the globe.
….is good. clean fun for the kids.
Sorry, I feel silly today. I love the Child Survival Program.
is bringing life, health and Jesus to the moms and babies/children enrolled.
saves the lives of the smallest children to make it possible for them to reach their highest potential in Christ.
The Child Survival Program…
was birthed out of necessity. prior to the program’s development, the children that were being enrolled in the regular Compassion program were the ‘survivors’. By that we mean, if a child was fortunate enough to make it into a Compassion program, it meant he or she survived that critical age from birth to 5 years–that is the group whereby 30,000 children die every single day.
In other words, ten million (10,000,000) kids were dying every year before they were old enough to be enrolled in a Compassion project. That number has not changed significantly in the last few years, so it is of the utmost importance that Compassion’s child survival program grow.
… is something that I don’t know what it is!
I agree with Compassion Dave!
is the result of love.
Steve K. – If you haven’t, already, go to Compassion’s home page, click on About Us, then Programs, then Child Survival Program. It’s well worth knowing about, although I can’t think of any part of Compassion that isn’t!
The Child Survival Program at PH-238 in Manila has mothers who make rags to sell to jeepney drivers for 1 peso each.
The Child Survival Program is best understood in person I think.
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[quote comment="10076"]The Child Survival Program at PH-238 in Manila has mothers who make rags to sell to jeepney drivers for 1 peso each.[/quote]
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