Sponsor a child in Nepal | ActionAid UK

£19.50
a month

Sponsor Sajita today

Start your friendship and help change her life for good.

  • Sajita
  • 7 year old girl
  • Lives in Nepal

Seven-year-old Sajita lives in south-eastern Nepal – she has one sister. In the daytime she goes to school where her favourite lesson is Nepali and after school her favourite game is hide and seek.

By sponsoring her today you’ll start a special friendship with Sajita. You’ll be her only sponsor, and you’ll get two handwritten messages a year from her updating you about her life. They could be letters, drawings or postcards.

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What to expect when you sponsor a child

As soon as you sign up to be a sponsor, we’ll send you a welcome pack with a photo of the child you’re sponsoring and their story so far. And that’s just the start of the journey you’ll go on together.

You’ll get two handwritten messages a year from your child telling you about them and their life – they might be letters, drawings, or postcards – plus detailed updates about how they’re getting on from our staff in their country.

You can write back to your sponsored child. Over time you’ll get a new photo at special milestones so you can see them grow and thrive.

Where your sponsorship money goes

80% of your sponsorship money goes overseas to help your child and their community (20% is spent in the UK on public education and finding more sponsors). And in the country where your child lives, ActionAid works with their community to decide what the money should be spent on.

Clean water

Food

Education

Healthcare

 

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Not only does child sponsorship help children to grow up happy, healthy and protected, it also gives them the opportunity to act as representatives for their communities.

When children come together to write or draw messages for their sponsors, they meet in a space where they can eat, play and learn about their rights.

Here’s your child holding their first drawing for you as their sponsor.

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Footnotes

Page updated 14 August 2018