Jul 16 2013

Life in Kenya’s Kibera slum harsh

By Regina Mburu, CFCA communications liaison for Africa

Walking along narrow paths, jumping over open sewers and bearing the stench from piles of garbage all over the footpaths opens my eyes to a reality that most of us do not see.

The harsh reality of living in a slum.

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Jun 27 2013

Preserving the culture: CFCA’s work with indigenous communities, part 3

Do you know your roots?

The spring/summer issue of CFCA’s magazine, “Sacred Ground,” features our work with indigenous communities all over the world.

Read more interesting facts about these communities and how their cultures contribute to their self-identity.

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Jun 17 2013

How to make chicken curry (recipe)

Chicken curry from India … mmm!

Chicken curry from India … mmm!

Want to experience a taste of India? Try this chicken curry recipe from Prakash and Jecintha, two mothers of CFCA sponsored children. The two sisters took out a loan through their mothers group to open their own food stand where they sell this delicious dish!

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Jun 13 2013

Preserving the culture: CFCA’s work with indigenous communities, part 1


Do you know your roots?

The spring/summer issue of CFCA’s magazine, “Sacred Ground,” features our work with indigenous communities all over the world.

Read more interesting facts about these communities and how their cultures contribute to their self-identity.

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Jun 11 2013

Katie’s story: ‘The glorious melody of Estela’s laugh’

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Katie Lockee, a sophomore at Rockhurst University and a member of the Kappa Eta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha, recently returned from a service visit to Guatemala. While she was there she had the opportunity to meet Estela, the girl her sorority sponsors through CFCA. Find out how a 6-year-old brunette with chocolate brown eyes melted her heart and changed her life.

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Jun 4 2013

Enterprising family turns toy-making talent into livelihood

Mother of a sponsored child in Madagascar

Raharimalala, mother of a CFCA sponsored child in Madagascar.

Welcome to Raharimalala’s and Ramanjanahary’s world of toys! Raharimalala’s and Ramanjanahary’s son, Michael, is sponsored through the Hope for a Family program in Madagascar. The couple makes toy pousse pousse carts and sells them to tourists.

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