Nine Questions With Nyarko Twum Berima

I believe that God places us in our jobs, so to me every position is a privilege given by God. I want to be here to serve, learn and grow.

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10 Questions With Kenia Servellon

1. How long have you been in your current position with Compassion El Salvador, and what is your job? Two years. I am a supervisor within the Sponsor Donor Services department. 2. What are the main responsibilities of your position? I make sure the […]

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10 Questions With Jeimy Reyes

1. How long have you been in your current position with Compassion Honduras, and what is your job? Seventeen months. I am an auditor. 2. What are the main responsibilities of being an auditor? Identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the partner […]

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10 Questions With Lilliam Sánchez

Lilliam Sánchez has been married to her husband, Francisco, for six years, and they are pregnant with their first child. She is the youngest of three sisters and one brother. Lilliam was born in Ciudad Sandino, and she and her family have lived there […]

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Nine Questions With Cesiah Magaña

You asked your questions of Cesiah, field communication specialist in Mexico, and she answered. Take it away, Cesiah. 1. First of all, thank you so much for all you do for the precious children of Mexico! My question is, as you go through each day […]

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7 Questions With David Adhikary

Thanks for asking your questions of David, the Compassion field communication specialist in Bangladesh. Here is the wisdom he has to share with us!  1. First of all, thank you so much for all you do for the precious children of Bangladesh! My question […]

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Ask the Field: Bangladesh and Mexico

Remember Kamrul, the cycle van driver from Bangladesh you helped buy a cycle van for? Well, David Adhikary is the fine field communication specialist in Bangladesh who reported that story for us. That was one of his first assignments — he just started […]

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10 Questions With Roberto Medrano

Your curiosity about out country staff is exciting, and again we have 10 questions that will inform and inspire you to help fight for children in poverty. We asked Roberto Medrano, communications and tours specialist for Central America and the Caribbean […]

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10 Questions With Ephraim Lindor

Thank you to all of you who submitted questions for Ephraim, my esteemed colleague in Haiti! As you all were curious cats and asked more than 10 questions, I picked 10 that I thought were representative of all the questions. As I mentioned before, Ephraim […]

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Ask the Field: El Salvador and Haiti

Okay, everyone. Limber up those fingers. It’s time for the next round of Ask the Field. It’s time for you to ask questions of two of my fabulous coworkers, Ephraim Lindor of Haiti and Roberto Medrano of El Salvador. Ephraim has been working […]

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10 Questions With Dennis Tumusiime

10 questions? Yes. You asked ’em. 10 answers? Yes … kind of. They’re just not all in this post. Here we go. 10 Questions With Dennis Tumusiime, a tours and visits specialist with Compassion Uganda. 1. Do the families that Compassion […]

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Should I Visit My Sponsored Child?

Sponsor tours usually cost from $2,000 to $4,000, plus airfare to the departure city. Is that the best use of your money? What is the benefit to your child? Would it be better to use that money to: send a family gift, sponsor another child or donate to the Global Food Crisis fund?

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