Ariela, Lian, Daud, Emmanuel, and Sehrish are young Pakistani Christians that experience a disability, a physical illness, or have a special need for education funding.
Siblings Ariela and Lian (pictured on the bottom) both suffer from celiac disease, which causes a reaction to gluten. However, in Pakistan, gluten-free products are not available or are very expensive. As a result, both have developed deficiencies and other health issues from not eating a proper diet. Because of the pandemic, paying school fees has also been difficult.
Daud (pictured top left) is blind in one eye after an accident when he was five-years-old. He is in need of ongoing support.
Emmanuel (pictured top center) is mute, and his village does not have any special needs accommodations to assist him.
Sehrish (pictured top right) comes from a very poor family and is in need of school fees.
Supporting each of these children only costs $40/month, a small amount for the positive change it would bring each of these children. You can sponsor one of them on a monthly basis here.
You can also contribute a one-time amount towards their care here. Each child will need $480 for one year.
You contribution will also be investing in each child’s family. A better education for one will create new opportunities for all of them.
We could not continue this vital work ending cycles of generational poverty without you.
Sajid* recently attended one of our mobile clinics at a brick kiln. His hands and feet were covered in mud as he came straight from making bricks. He had a fever, fatigue, and a cough with bleeding, which had already lasted for one month. Sajid said that he is the...
17-year-old Rabia* belongs to a very poor family. She is the eldest of five children, and her father is very sick. She enrolled in the sewing program to try to help her family and is very grateful to RAM for the opportunity. However, she has weak eyesight that makes...
Simra* is a young Christian student in our sewing class. However, she always felt tired and irritated and did not show much interest in sewing. She was often absent from class due to sickness. She frequently took medication prescribed by a quack doctor at the...