SPONSORSHIP opportunities 

World Link Partners mission is to provide opportunity beyond poverty, hope beyond the slums.  We do it by linking resources; those with resources with those in need. (Sponsorship)

In Nepal we establish “schools”, provide food and supplies to those most in need, also medical and dental services/supplies.  

 

In Guatemala we provide financial support (grants) to families most in need: emergencies, help supplement income so children have the opportunity to stay in school, or parents can develop small businesses, chickens, agriculture, skills training or hut repairs. We also provide medical assistance, vitamins and supplies, agricultural development and training for women.

sponsor the caal bol
family

Oscar Caal Bol does everything possible to stay close to his wife, Rubina, and their three beautiful daughters. However, the difficulty of finding a job in the area has brought them to a very poor standard of living. The Caal Bols desperately need to improve their house, buy furniture and other essentials.

Their daily diet consists of beans and herbs. They eat eggs twice a week, meat once a month and fruits once a year. Their daughter Roxana receives Incaparina twice a day to recover from malnutrition.

With your $250.00 gift we will provide opportunity to help with food supplies, improved nutrition, keep Roxana in school and improve their house.

THEIR HOME

The family lives in the Sequila I community. The house has one room and a kitchen. The family has

access to drinking water but there is no electricity. The house is situated 30 minutes away on foot

from the nearest health centre.

WHAT THEY DO

Oscar temporarily helps on nearby

estates by picking coffee or cardamom, but the meager pay is

not enough to support a family. 

Oscar’s work pays $65 USD per month. Their grandmother sometimes helps the family.

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Their daughter Roxana is in first grade. Her parents want her to stay in school but the cost of school is prohibitive. Roxana would love to keep learning and going to school more than anything.

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SPONSOR
A SCHOOL
IN NEPAL

Providing education through school sponsorship has been and will continue to be our priority in Nepal. Our goal for 2021 was to establish 10 new schools. We quickly received sponsorship for 6 schools from January to March, however due to the pandemic, lockdowns temporarily changed the focus to survival and feeding of the teachers, students, their families. Funding helped feed over 500 families. As lockdowns become less restrictive and children and teachers are gathering, we are putting our efforts into 6 more schools in smaller villages. Because of you, kids in rural villages can attend school for the first time!  Sponsor a school for $2,500.

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Basaini School

Location: Rural Chitwan

Provide a Nepali teacher's salary to educate 15+ children who have never been to school and who need help with tutoring from the schools in the community.

Classroom provided by the local community school: Shree Jakhadi Mai School, Basaini. Most of the families are housekeepers, porters pr sewer workers.

Baraghare  School

Location: Baraghare, Inner city

Teacher's salary helps educate  15+ children who have never been to school and those who need help with tutoring from the schools in the community.

Classroom provided by the local community school: Chameli Piya School. Most families are housekeepers, porters, sewer cleaners and shop workers who earn just a few dollars a day.

CMS School

Location: CMS Road

15+ children will have the opportunity to attend school for the first time. These children have new opportunities open to them through their education.

Classroom provided by the local community school: Chitrasen School. Most of the families are housekeepers, porters, sewer cleaners, work in small shops for only a few dollars a day.

Lagauta School

Location: Rural Chitwan

15+ students who have never been to school will begin learning with other children from their village while also receiving tutoring from the schools in the community. Classroom provided by the local community school: Shree Jakhadi Mai School, Basaini. Most of the families are in fields of housekeeping, porters, sewer cleaners, work in small shops and earn only a few dollars a day.

Saipem School

Location: Mountain Village in Chitwan

Sponsoring this mountain village school provides a teacher's salary and educating children who have never been to school. Those who need help with tutoring will get help from schools in the community. Classroom provided by the local community school: Shree National Basic School, Dautes. Most families are farmers who earn just a few dollars a day.

Supar School

Location: Mountain Village in Chitwan

15+ children will have the opportunity to attend school for the first time. These children will have bright opportunities ahead and skills for a better life.

Classroom provided by the local community school. Most of the families are farmers and make a small wage of only a few dollars a day.

sponsor the COL POOU
family in
guatemala

While the Col Poou father works far from home, his wife and three children have to wait for an unknown length of time with no money until he returns. The Col Poou family holds on to the hope that he will return safely with money to buy food and repair their rusty metal roof.

Their daily diet consists of beans, tomatoes, herbs, plus eggs twice a week. They eat chicken once a month and fruit once a year. Brenda Marleny has benefitted from Incaparina supplements.

With your $250 gift, a savings account will be provided to help supplement income when the husband is away working, to provide nutrients and supplements for their malnourished children. 

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THEIR HOME

The family lives in the Santiaguila community. The house has one room and a separate kitchen. The family gets drinking water from neighbors. There is no electricity. To get to the nearest health center they have to walk 15 minutes. The property belongs to Maria Elena’s father.

WHAT THEY DO

The price of earning a meager income to provide for his family, requires the Col Poou father to travel hundreds of kilometers in the back of an open truck to work on a palm plantation. 

BRENDA

The youngest of the Col Poou’s family is two-year-old Brenda. Brenda came to the Health and Nutrition Center extremely underweight last year. Because of her consistent lack of nutrients, she often gets the flu and a cough. With your help, Brenda can get the nutrients and medications she needs to be a happy, healthy little girl.

GENERAL SPONSORSHIP IN NEPAL INCLUDES HEALTH CHECKS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, SKILLS TRAINING, VITAMINS, SCHOOL LUNCHES, ETC.

Eternal Hope Nepal has many channels of distribution and has the ability to move quickly to help families with the most pressing needs. For some it may be providing groceries in times of crisis. Children in their schools need uniforms, backpacks, school lunches, vitamins, and other learning materials. Others may be trying to start their own small business and just need a little seed money to get started. With your gift of $100, Eternal Hope Nepal will allocate your donation where they can provide the most help. 

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sponsor the COc sub
family in
guatemala

Years ago, Feliza Coc Sub’s husband abandoned her and their two daughters. Feliza is now in charge of providing for herself, her two daughters and her elderly parents. Beginning early in the morning, Feliza washes neighbors’ clothes and then moves on to selling firewood by the afternoon. This survival hunt does not leave Feliza time to recover from the stomach problems and nausea that have troubled her and her mother for a long time. Feliza’s sole concern is for the well-being of her daughters. The Coc Sub family is in desperate need of home improvements for their house.  Your gift of $250.00 will sponsor the family.

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THEIR HOME

The family lives in the Santiaguila community. The house has one room and a separate kitchen. The family gets drinking water from neighbors. There is no electricity. To get to the nearest health center they have to walk 15 minutes. The property belongs to Maria Elena’s father.

WHAT THEY DO

Beginning early in the morning, Feliza washes neighbors’ clothes and then moves on to selling firewood by the afternoon. Feliza earns $50 USD a month. When she is away, the grandmother looks after the children.

KIMBERLY

Kimberly overcame malnutrition and parasites just a few months ago. Now seven years old, she is a good student and wishes to finish her studies to find a good job and eventually support her family.

sponsor the ChOc sub
family in
guatemala

Six years ago a bus hit a truck bearing 20 workmen. All died, including the husband and father of the Choc Sub family. Alicia was left to provide for herself and her six children. Her older children, Luis and Laura, gave up studies to take care of the house and work. Luis and Laura’s sacrifice allowed the younger siblings to go to school for the first six years of their education. Their diet consists mostly of herbs, beans and chili. The family eats fruit and eggs once a week and meat three times a month. Alicia struggled with nursing and couldn’t provide enough milk for the children, contributing to their malnutrition. Narú has since helped them to recuperate.

 

The Choc Sub family is in need of food, clothes, a new roof, and education. 

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THEIR HOME

The family lives in the Bella Vista Sesoch community. The house has two rooms and a separate kitchen, however there is no potable water nor electricity. The house needs some repairing as there are holes in the roof, letting the rain inside.

WHAT THEY DO

Alicia leaves the house at 5am every morning to earn income for her children by selling tamales or washing clothes.

BEVERLY

The chaos surrounding her father’s death caused Beverly to become very malnourished. Beverly is celebrating eight years of life and is on her way to becoming healthy.

grocery sponsorship in nepal
$25 per month

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