Justine was born with club foot in both feet and the stigma of the condition led to a breakdown in family relations. However Justine was given priority treatment when the family came across Dreamland Hospital.
Nicole ended up in a life of prostitution at the age of 14. Years later, with two children to support, Nicole joined our partners’ vocational training course. She has now finished her second year and is beginning her sewing career.
After becoming paralysed in a motorbike accident Ramon found himself in a life of poverty. Our partners’ artisan craft skills training helps those with disabilities in Ecuador to earn a living and start being more independent.
Yasmeen grew up believing she would not gain an education. Today, with your support, she went to school, worked through a vocational training course and is now one of the trainers on the course educating other women!
John has truly thrived on the Tithe to Thrive programme. He and his wife were the first in their village to grow sorghum which they ground into flour for cooking. Their sunflower crops earned them enough money to buy a cow and now their family can drink milk!