Unudelger's Story (Mongolia)
We are so proud of Unudelger who was previously in our Child Sponsorship Programme and is now enjoying success in Mongolia as a singer with the popular song “Anhnii hair”. Unudelger first shone at a CNCF concert when he was just 14. Since then, he has won many national singing contests. We wish him continued success!
Quy's Story (Vietnam)
Quy in Vietnam was the youngest child in an extremely poor family of four children when she joined our Child Sponsorship Programme in 2002. At that time, her parents were both ill and could not afford her school fees.
With support from her CNCF sponsor, Quy successfully gained her Medical Certificate in 2011 and is now working as a pharmacist.
Thien's Story (Vietnam)
Thien joined the Child Sponsorship Programme in 2006 at a time when his family was experiencing many difficulties.
His parents were unable to provide their three children with food and pay school fees due to their unpredictable income. At that time, his father made a living pushing a three-wheel cart around the streets and alleys to buy discarded materials such as plastic bottles and cans to resell them and his mother made and sold rice cakes.
Since then, their situation has improved significantly. Thien's eldest sister has a part time job in a restaurant and she is graduating soon from the University of Industry Technology. Thien is in the 12th grade and will take his University Entrance Examination this year. He wishes to work in IT in the future and as a result of their improved business, his parents are now able to manage his school fees. They advised CNCF that they no longer require sponsorship and would like Thien's sponsor to help other children in need.
Anuudari's Story (Mongolia)
Anuudari joined the CNCF sponsorship programme in February 1999 when she was in the 3rd grade at school. She was living with her single mother and 3 sisters. Her father left when she was young and her mother worked as a teacher in a secondary school. The family income was low and their living conditions very poor. The CNCF sponsorship helped Anuudari to get a good education.
At secondary school Anudari participated in the district and city Mongolian Language Olympiads and won 4th and 5th place. She also won a gold medal in the Mongolian old script competition. She graduated from secondary school in 2006 and went to the University of Science and Technology to study electrical engineering. She worked hard and achieved very good marks. At University she won first place in the ‘We are the best managers’ competition and participated in many scientific research conferences. She was one of the top students in the sponsorship programme.
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Tash McCarroll's mission is to connect with people, share smiles, experience mutual happiness and capture people's inner beauty while enhancing the efforts of the NGO.
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Our inspiring founder, Christina Noble is one of the four finalists for 'THE ONE' Award from the Rotary International District 3450.
THE ONE will be announced on 6th June 2013 at the Award Gala Dinner in Hong Kong.
Mongolia has a population of 2.8 million and 40% are under the age of 20.
HK$7 is all it takes each day to feed a child at the CNCF Tay Ninh Centre for Visually Impaired Children in Vietnam. That's the same as buying a bottle of Bon Aqua water in Hong Kong.