Do you know that your donations can bring hopes and education in Malawi?

Child sponsorship brings open doors for a best adulthood and a promising future to a many number of kids around the world. Each kid is a social and aggregate responsibility. If you ignore or disregard the future of any kid, you are building a potential ground for denied childhood, lack of healthy food, weakness, uneducated youth, unemployment and even a criminal outlook and mindset.

Sponsoring kids from Poverty-stricken Families

Essential facilities to poor children for their life must be provided for a large number of poverty-stricken families. Malawi has many clusters of slums and small pockets of poverty spread across the region.

It is a very sad condition to know kids and their families have no basic facilities like food, clothing and not even a shelter. It is not anyone’s fault but we can improve their situation by giving a helping hand those families at least to their kids through charitable trust like UTBT.

Providing Education and Healthcare

Education is the skeleton of flourishing and developing country and a steady economy. Basic education to vocational education is one of the essentials of a country which is progressive. Child sponsorship foundations and donations for a kid help in empowering families to access education in Malawi and medical facilities. Child sponsorship, specifically, convey state chances to a kid in need!

Inventive Development

A strong country has a strong future! UTBT can offer development opportunities along with the facilities to poor children and direct the families of kids towards a productive future. It is imperative to fabricate a future that is independent, mindful or more all, sympathetic towards each other. With best education, appropriate health facilities, nourishment and fundamental ways of life, we offer the kids a better opportunity to battle poverty and develop a life on their ability and not taking into account their (mis)fortune.

It is a very heart touching sight to see a small kid washing utensils at a grimy pond or bank of the river close to his home. He is scarcely 3 years of age, does not know how to tell his name clearly, but rather needs to wash, perfect and even take care of himself while his guardians are away, and working full time as a worker at a nearby construction site close-by. How can we digest all those sights? It’s our duty to provide education in Malawi. Don’t you think so?

There are many children who are orphans at a youthful age or have a place with poor families in Malawi and different nations of the world. These poor kids think that it’s difficult to meet the basic ways of life and have irrelevant or no entrance to state resources. They experience the ill effects of ailing health, hunger, water shortage, weakness and need education and different opportunities of life.

There are a huge number of individuals living in the slum areas and have rare essential necessities of life. The kids are the most exceedingly terrible influenced, experiencing delicate conditions, poor sanitation and very poor healthcare facilities. The worst elements of poverty that touches poor children of neediness incorporate lack of healthy food to no nourishment at a stretch, shared toilets and even no latrine for a distance of a few kilometers, unfit drinking water supply to no water supply, poor shelter to no shelter and much more sad events.

Make a dream come true as expected and have impact on providing facilities to poor children.

About UTBT

Make a donation for a friend or family member for their next birthday or special occasion. With a gift of $50 we will send a custom card to whomever you would like to give in the name of. $100 puts you on our Wall of Fame which will be constructed on location in Malawi and a digital copy will be available for your viewing pleasure.

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