Fund Specific Projects
Sponsor a House program, Who Will Village
Currently, there are 37 children living at Who Will Village. They are all attending primary and secondary school at nearby community. The cost for sponsoring a house is US$12,240 per year, which means US$3,060 per quarter. This covers expenses including education, food and drinking water, medical, and other living expenses and miscellaneous cost of 10 children throughout the year.
Sponsor Education Program, Who Will Village
The cost of sponsoring education cost for all children at Who Will Village is US$70 per month, covering Government School tuition fees, on-site English teacher daily remedial classes (morning and afternoon classes), and necessary books and stationery. Hence a total of US$840 per year.
Sponsor Rice program, Wat Opot
To feed all children and staffs (only 2 long term volunteer staffs and around another 2 overseas temporarily staffs at all time, plus an additional 2 cooking and cleaning staffs), they will need 20 kg of rice every day. Currently, the price of rice is US$0.55/kg, hence, they will need US$11/day on rice. Cost of rice is US$330 per month and US$3,960 per year.
Sponsor Medication Program, Wat Opot
As a certain percentage of children in Watopot is HIVs positive, they are under regular medication. Currently, their HIVs medication are being sponsored by Partners of Compassion, however, with children running around on the ground, additional medical attendance are needed. The estimated cost of medical and dental care is US$170 per quarter, which means US$680 per year. However, please note that this budget is only a very limited estimation and in reality, more medical and dental care should be addressed. A once-in-a-year dental check-up for all the children will cost between US$500-2000, depends on the level of care and remedies needed.
Sponsoring Education program, Wat Opot
Education fees are a major expenses in Wat Opot. With over 50 children attending various level of school (primary, secondary and university), an estimation of education expenses run up to US$8,700 per quarter, therefore, US$34,800 per year.