The heartbreaking story of a boy who diligently cares for his seriously ill mother.
When someone like you sponsors a child through Plan, you want to know that youre making a long-term difference in that childs life. Does the money really go where its supposed to go? Does it help the child and the family? And, does that help last? A Tale of Two Villages gives you the answers to all of those questions and more.
This is the story of Edwige who lives in Benin, West Africa. A remarkable young girl, struggling day by day in the face of almost unbearable tragedy.
Longtime Children International Sponsor, Debbie Gibson, visits a 7 struggling year-old girl living in one of Manila’s largest cemeteries.
A heartbreaking story from Children International’s TV documentary, “A Child Is Waiting”. Host Debbie Gibson visits a struggling 4 year-old boy and his family who live in one of the poorest places in the world – the Catmon dump in Manila.
The story of a young boy struggling in the grips of poverty and the loss of his beloved grandmother.
Helene is only five, but what happens to her in next few years will determine if she is destined to a grueling life of servitude or whether she will escape the bonds of poverty and build a better future.
Loveness is an extraordinary young girl from Zambia, who at the tender age of seven, has been sentenced to a life of hard physical labor. Simply because she has no other choice.
7 year-old Manase lives in the impoverished slums of Lusaka, Zambia with her sister and three brothers. Three years ago, their parents tragically died of AIDS, leaving them alone and vulnerable. Maureen McCormick visited Manase to discover how she has taken on the role of protector and caregiver to her younger brother Lavmo.