Asish R - 070/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
01/01/2010 - Asish is a smart little boy, active and likes to learn anything that's taught in preschool. In preschool he enjoys playing with peers. He and his four sisters and the parents are living in a small hut, which is built with mud and rudimentary stones. The father is a street cobbler. He is not able to earn more than US $40 a month on an average and this income is too low for a family to make a decent living. As a result, Asish and the other children are not able to receive proper care in terms of food, health care and other necessities that are important for children growing up. In order to help him achieve his potentials and help him see a good future, a sponsor's support is vital. Sponsoring this child will enable him to have access to nutritious food every day, better health care and educational support.
Deepesh M - 113/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
7/14/2009 - Deepesh is studying in pre-primary local school in the slum area. He has two sisters and a brother. Deepesh is the last among them. The father is a cobbler at the road side and is earnings are is meagre and irregular. During rainy seasons he would work in shops as a helper. If the day's earning is missed out for a day or two, the family would struggle to have any food. Leaving aside food, accessing to other necessities are something that they do not hope for. However, the children experiencing poverty has been a matter of concern for the parents, yet they do not want their children get dropped out from school. At this time UEM came across their situation and enlisted child's name for sponsorship support that will give access to child's one time nutritious food and snacks every day, educational supplies and health care facilities. Deepesh looks forward to have a sponsor for him. Your kind acceptance to sponsor him will help changing his life and future. In the years to come and as he grows up, he will be a source of help to his family as well.
Giridharan M - 217/CBCC/KLR/NLCP
02/16/2007 - Giridharan comes from a poor family that lives in a small hut in a village. The father is a laborer in the farms and the mother is a home maker. The father's earnings are too meagre to support the family and as a result Giridharan and his older sister do not get proper nutrition and health care. Giridharan's name has been enrolled for sponsorship support. In order to help with looking after his welfare and provide for his continual education, he must have a sponsor. Giridharan enjoys going to school and studies well too. With the help of a sponsor, he would be able to get a nutritious meal everyday and he will have extra tuitions given by a specially appointed teacher in the evening hours. Could you come into his life as his sponsor and help him see a better future?
Jagaveera Pandian - 088/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
06/24/2008 - Jagaveera Pandian is a smart little boy, studying in primary school. He has three sisters older than him and they are studying in school. He comes from a remote village and the family lives in a small improvised hut in absolute poverty. The parents sometimes go to work in the agricultural fields as laborers and sometimes they do not get jobs and together they are able to earn an average income of $ 40 a month. In spite of poverty, the parents forgo most of their own needs and send their children to school and try to supply their school needs. But it has been extremely difficult for them to meet their basic needs and other necessities. Now, in order to give the child opportunities for education, good nourishment and health care through the welfare programs of UEM, he would need to have a sponsor. Your sponsoring this child will help changing his life and future.
Lakshana K - 124/CBCC/KGF/NLCP
08/03/2010 - Lakshana, her two siblings and their parents form a small family, who live in a small house in a slum. Lakshana has just begun her schooling in preschool and is learning the English alphabet and numbers. Everyone at home loves her so much for her being simple and endearing nature. She loves to go to school every day and enjoys everything about schooling. Poverty has always been a threat for continual education, especially for girl children and Lakshana would also be facing that situation in future; if not for some external help. Lakshana's father runs a petty shop in the pavement and earns very little income. The mother is a home maker and feels helpless. UEM has a chance to offer this child an opportunity for continual education and give her access to better care and nourishment through the sponsorship education. At this time, UEM looks forward to a sponsor who can assist the child in the development of her physical, mental, educational and spiritual growth. With a sponsor's support, Lakshana will stand as a witness in the years to come to proclaim how sponsorship has helped and transformed her life.
Lilly R - 105/CBCC/ABR/NLCP
11/5/2009 - Lilly, the little girl is living with her parents in a small hut in a village. The family has been living through extreme poverty. The father is a laborer on minimum wage jobs in the market place. The hard labor of loading and unloading of goods doesn't allow the father to work every day but on alternate days. The mother is a home maker and struggles hard to make ends meet. They can get some groceries on government's subsidized rates and that's of little help to them. UEM has enrolled Lilly's name for sponsorship support, so that she will have access to nutritious lunch and snacks every day, extra tuition and educational supplies. In order to support the child, a sponsor's involvement and support needs to be there. If you are guided by your heart of compassion for this child, then your sponsorship will make a big difference in child's life in the years to come.
Neeshu R - 109/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
6/24/2010 - Neeshu is the only child for his parents. He is studying in pre-primary school and enjoys his schooling. He likes to play a lot with his peers and when gets home, he would sincerely attempt to do all his school homework. His parents are happy about him for his sense of hard work and sincerity. Living in a slum in poor housing conditions, and with the father's small income from his labor jobs, their standard of living is very low. Neeshu doesn't get to have nutritious food that's essential for his physical and mental growth. The mother is a home maker and helpless to the finances. Neeshu has been identified for sponsorship support and a sponsor available for him is important. With the help of a sponsor UEM would be able to give the child access to a nutritious meal and snacks every day and an educational opportunity. The caregivers of UEM will take special care about his welfare, monitor on his progress in school and help him with extra tuition. Your sponsorship will be a tremendous source of help in changing his life and future.
Omprakas P - 063/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
09/10/2008 - Omprakas is a cute little boy and likes to go to preschool every day. He is learning well and enjoys his leisure playing and chatting with his little friends. He is a real joy to his parents and the neighbours. Omprakas lives with his parents in a small self made hut that's built with mud walls and grass thatches over the roof top. The father earns less than US $ 2 a day as a cycle rickshaw puller. Poverty has it that, by the time children reach the middle school, there is every likely hood that children get dropped out from school. UEM has enrolled Omprakas for sponsorship support and help him to continue his schooling smoothly. Now Omprakas needs a sponsor and that will help UEM to care for his welfare and education. Your kind sponsorship will go a long way in shaping his future and well being.
Pragadheeshwaran J - 110/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
08/30/2009 - Pragadheeshwaran is a wonderful child with friendly qualities. He enjoys playing with peers. He comes from the most backward community who are known as 'Dalits' or the labor class of people. The parents are the farm laborers and their daily wages are low and irregular and they cannot even make US $ 50 a month and that means they are just surviving with bare needs. The family is living in a small hut built of mud walls and the roof covered by palm leaf thatches. It is a small place inside the house, and hardly anything can be seen valuable, except for few kitchen utensils, few tumblers and some plastic wares and pots. In order to care for the child with proper nutritional support, health care and educational support, he needs a sponsor. Your sponsorship will make a big difference in the life and future of this needy child.
Prakatheesh S - 044/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
07/23/2012 - Prakatheesh lives with his parents and has an older brother. He studies in preschool and enjoys schooling. The family is living in a small house that has a single room. The father's income as a private electrician has been meagre and irregular. He earns only when he gets a call to fix an electrical problem and remains jobless otherwise. His average monthly income is about $40 and with this earning, meeting even the basic needs of the family and giving education to the children is a challenging task. School drop rate among these poor families are always high and Prakatheesh's case cannot be an exception. With a sponsor's support the child will have the opportunity for continual education, nutritional and health care support, and caregivers to nurture him. He awaits a sponsor who would be a ray of hope for a bright future
Prasath V - 106/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
02/06/2007 - Prasath's family lives in below poverty line. The father and mother are farm laborers who sweat out the whole day to earn an income of $30 - $40 a month that's hardly sufficient to meet even the bare needs.. The parents do not get jobs on a regular basis and at times they have to wander searching for jobs in the neighborhood. Living in below poverty line, the parents cannot afford proper care and nurture of the children. Prasath, adjusts well with the family's difficult situation and goes to school regularly. He likes to get good grades and wants to become well educated in future. Prasad needs encouragement and support through sponsorship program. Your valued support as a sponsor will give hope to their poor lives and also help Prasath to enjoy some of the essential needs that he misses in his life.
Premnath - 076/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
10/20/2006 - The parents of Premnath are the village folks who maintain their family by hard means. The father is a farm laborer and the mother also goes to work in the fields for a couple of months in a year. The wages are paid only at subsistence level and they are not even able to make it $ 50 a month and that makes it very difficult for them to maintain the family. The jobs are available for about six months in a year. The family is living in a small hut in absolute poverty. Premnath and his older sister are deprived of proper nourishment, health care and necessities. Through the sponsorship program Premnath will have access to a nutritious meal every day, proper health care and extra tuitions by a specially appointed teacher. A sponsor's love and support can make a big difference in his life and help him see a better tomorrow.
Ramya T - 123/CBCC/KGF/NLCP
07/07/2007 - Ramya, lives with her father and mother in a slum where everyone lives at below poverty level. Life has been too hard, but the parents of Ramya sustain hopes that educating their children would help escaping poverty someday. The father is a masonry laborer for low and irregular daily wages and the mother sometimes works as a house maid for pittance. Despite the fact of difficulties, the parents want Ramya to get good education, but the cost involved has always been disproportionate to their level of income and eventually, child's future education will also be at stake. Ramya is good at studies and always liked going to school and gets good grades. She is very fond of her little sister Jeevitha. For the parents these two girl children are their hopes for future. UEM has taken this child for sponsorship support with a view of giving her the opportunities for better care, nourishment, education and developing her as a wholesome person. In order to bring this transformation about for Ramya, someone support and sponsorship for this child is most important.
Rohit R - 102/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
12/20/2007 - Rohit is a little boy from a slum. He has three younger brothers. Poverty has denied them the opportunity for school education. The children are living with the father and mother in a very small house that has just one room and a little space for cooking. The father is a street seller who sells dolls, balloons, plastic items and some cosmetic items as he walks into the streets and lanes with all the items tied up to a bamboo stick. He earns a little money and sometimes spends his income on drinking alcohol. As a result, he has fallen into debts and is not able to manage even his small business. He doesn't care much about the children too. The mother is helpless and feeds her children with very little food and wheat bread. Having considered Rohit as a beneficiary of the sponsorship program, he would need to have a sponsor in order to help him have access to onetime nutritious food and snacks every day, health care and educational opportunity. Your kind sponsorship support is solicited and your act of kindness will change his life.
Rokesh V - 091/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
08/11/2007 - Rokesh is a lovable sweet little boy studying in primary school. He likes to get good grades in school and doesn't want to miss the classes. He comes from a very poor family that lives in a small hut in absolute poverty in a village. The child's father is an agricultural laborer and the mother also works in the fields sometimes. Their average monthly income is around US $ 45. The daily wages are paid at subsistence level and their earnings are not very regular because jobs are not available on a daily basis. Although Rokesh is the only child for his parents, he doesn't get enough care. As a family living in below poverty line, Rokesh deserves support through the sponsorship program as it can provide him with nutritious meal every day, health and medical care and educational supplies. Sponsoring this child would mean positive changes in his life. UEM is praying about getting a sponsor for him.
Shanjana Dhalphin - 120/CBCC/KGF/NLCP
02/25/2009 - Shanjana Dhalphin is the eldest of the three children in the family. She loves taking care of her brother and sister in whatever little ways possible. She is in primary school and is learning English as one of her subjects. She loves to go to school every day as she enjoys learning and getting socialized with her friends. She likes to draw pictures and take part in dance program at school. The family situation of Shanjana, however, is not very encouraging they have been going through poverty and their day to day livelihood is hand to mouth. Shanjana's father runs a petty shop in the pavement and earns very little income. The mother is a home maker, but sometimes helps her husband in the shop. Shanjana deserves help through the sponsorship program of UEM and a sponsor to support her. A sponsor's support helps the child to have a regular and nutritious meal and snacks every day, extra-tuition after school hours and a team of caregivers in the program to closely monitor her progress in school, health aspects and all round development of her personality.
Shivam P - 103/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
10/20/2009 - Shivam and his three siblings live with their father and mother in a slum in a very small house that has just one room. Slum dwelling with poor housing conditions and perpetual poverty has made this family and children live a miserable life. Shivam and the siblings are not fed well and are susceptible to health problems. The father is a daily wage laborer in shoe making units. His level of income is below poverty line. The child's mother has very little means to support the children and educating the children is even harder. UEM has enrolled Shivam for the sponsorship program. A sponsor's support will help him to have access to a nutritious meal and evening snacks every day and continual educational opportunity. He will also be given extra tuition by the caregivers of UEM. If you could consider becoming a sponsor for this child, you are actually going to transform a poor and needy child that he can see a bright future.
Sumit B - 106/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
1/3/2008 - Sumit, the little boy comes from a very poor family that lives in a slum. He is studying in primary school and enjoys going to school every day with his two siblings. Nevertheless the children are going through poverty and deprivation, their interest in schooling has never gone down and so with Sumit. The father being an ordinary casual laborer in mason works, he is only able to give the children the basic food that will not have any nutritive value. The mother is unable to help with the finances as she is a home maker. The house that they live in is very small and of slum grade and impoverished in every way. UEM comes across the case of this child in its search for children in need of help. Sumit has been enrolled for sponsorship support and UEM has committed to support the child within its resources to see that he makes good progress in education, physical and social development. When child's overall development is aimed at, what makes it important is a sponsor in child's life to love and care for him.
Swapna N - 068/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
07/22/2009 - The father of the child is a street sweeper by work who cleans up the roads and drainages in the city. His income is only at subsistence level. He often gets sick because of hazardous and hard working conditions and this situation further reduces his income. There is a persistent poverty in the family and the mother is helpless as she is only a home maker. Swapna and her little sister and the family live in a mud walled hut which is improvised and small. Swapna is studying in a preschool and enjoys going to school every day. UEM has enrolled Swapna in to the sponsorship program and now with the help and support of a sponsor she can have access to proper nourishment, health care, extra tuitions and educational supplies. Can you be a reason behind making a difference in child's life?
Swetha S - 111/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
8/28/2009 - Swetha comes from a large family of six children and the parents. They are living in a small one room house in the slum. The father is a cycle rickshaw puller and does the hard labor of pedaling passengers to their destinations. He is worn out of his health and he doesn't go to work often. He takes rest and spends money on drinks. The two grown up boys who work as cobblers on the road side, earn a little but do not support the family. The mother is not able to look after the little ones and their education. The children do not have much to eat, wear better clothing, nor do they have proper school supplies. The child Swetha has been included as a part of the sponsorship program. She is yet to join schooling but as she gets a sponsor she would be able to attend a school and will have access to a nutritious food and snacks every day with all her school needs supplied as well. Your kind acceptance in this regard will help changing child's life.
Tamilarasan E - 042/CBCC/MNP/NLCP -
07/01/2009 - Tamilarasan is studying in primary school and is learning English along with his native language 'Tamil'. His parents are agricultural laborers and they live a hard life in the village. Due to monsoon failures, the father doesn't get jobs on a regular basis. During off season, he seeks odd jobs in the market place to make an earning. With much difficulty the parents are giving education to their two children. Tamilarasan cannot afford to be a school dropout as both his parents desire that he studies well and excel to have a promising future. UEM has taken up this boy for sponsorship assistance. He needs a sponsor to help with his education, proper nourishment, and health care through the welfare programs of UEM. Your kind sponsorship will be of great help in supporting this child and help break the family's cycle of poverty.
Udayakumar S - 234/CBCC/KLR/NLCP
04/30/2007 - It is a small impoverished fishermen village where Udayakumar comes from. The house that he and his family live in is a small hut, which is self-built with mud and dry grass over the roof top. Udayakumar has 2 older brothers and he likes them. He loves to go to school and works hard at lessons. He likes to dance at the school cultural programs. Poverty in the family however has been a negative factor in the overall development and welfare of the child. His father, being a laborer in the fishing boats cannot afford to provide every need of the child with his meagre earnings. UEM has identified this boy for sponsorship support. A sponsor's support will help him have access to nutritious meal and evening snacks every day. UEM will also take care of his health and education. Your willingness to sponsor this child will change his life and help him see a better future.
Veeramanikandan C - 043/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
07/06/2010 - Veeramanikandan is studying in upper kindergarten. He is learning English alphabets and numbers. He tries his best to get good grades, but poverty in the family has not been very encouraging even to give him the continual opportunity for education. The father is a helper in a small grocery shop and his income is not more in US $ 40 a month. Being in a joint family, he has to fend for his family of three children, his in-laws and grandparents. Veeramani is enrolled for sponsorship program and what he now needs is a sponsor to help with his continual education, better nutritional and health care. A team of caregivers will also be looking after child's progress and welfare. Love and support of a sponsor will be a great blessing for him and help ease out the economic problems of his parents.
Vikram M - 038/CBCC/TDM/NLCP
08/15/2003 - Vikram lives with his father and mother. At home his duties include running errands and fetching water for his mother. Vikram has two sisters and two brothers. The father is a casual labourer in the market. His wages are very low and irregular. He goes jobless most of the time in a month and that puts him in great hardship. The mother is sickly and she cannot work anywhere, except for looking after the household. The extreme poverty situation deprives children of sufficient food, clothing and healthcare. Vikram needs a sponsor to support his well being and education through the welfare programs of UEM that provides him with a nutritious meal every day, extra tuitions, educational supplies and health care. Can you help change his life?