ABOUT OUR SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM
When you sponsor a child with Empowerment International, it's personal. Your sponsored child is not just a number, we have a relationship with them, and you will too. Three times a year you will hear from your child. You are always welcome to write to them too, they really enjoy it when you do! As a matter of fact, you are welcome to meet them if you are in Nicaragua. By sponsoring a child, you are ascertaining that they have a spot in our program. Each year they receive school supplies, uniforms, shoes, tuition (for older kids if applicable), emotional and physical healthcare as needed, tutoring after school, home visits, access to all of our clubs such as reading, computers, dance, photography, soccer, art, and biking. These kids become a part of the EI family and feel they have a second home with us. As long as the student maintains our program requirements, they will be a part of our program throughout their educational career. It's no longer unusual for students to start at a young age in our program and graduate from high school or even enter the university.
I live in the Villa Esperanza neighborhood at my mom and dad's house. I have 4 brothers and one sister and I am the youngest of them.
I like to attend school every day. I am very accomplished with my schoolwork and passionate about computer class; my teachers are very efficient in teaching their classes and I have managed to learn a lot.
In my free time I like to draw, sing, listen to music and I like to help my mom with the cleaning of the house. I am characterized by being a loving, kind, responsible, and very fun person.
My favorite food is chicken stew with rice and ripe banana. I like to drink natural juices such as fresh melon, orange, and passion fruit.
I love cat, I have one in my house called “Chipi” which is white & brown in color. When I grow up, I want to study veterinary medicine, because I am passionate about animals. I also dream of having my own clinic and be able to give good attention to all the little animals.