Twenty-Four million of these children will never even have the opportunity to enter a classroom. Currently, ANIDA's Silent Cry Project operates in both Jamaica and Ghana.
"I talk to the children, I encourage them that they shouldn't give up, that ANIDA is there and we are going to help them, we are going to support them."
- Kwame, former sponsored child and current employee, ANIDA Ghana
Sponsoring a child is an opportunity to form a relationship with a child in need and an assurance that your support is impacting someone in a lasting way. For only $35 a month you can change the life of a child and empower them with the tools they need to help them break the cycle of poverty. Sponsoring a child provides them with an education and the support they need to be successful.
What does Child Sponsorship Mean?
Nutrition Support- We provide essential food staples for ANIDA Children and their families multiple times a year
School Related Expenses- For children facing financial hardship, ANIDA supports their educational journey by providing school fees, textbooks, and uniforms
Formal Education Oppurtunites
I talk to the children, I encourage them that they shouldn't give up, that ANIDA is there and we are going to help and support them...so they can finish school, so they can be somebody in the future.
Kwame, former sponsored child and current employee,
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