A Day In The Life Of...
CAI’s worldwide donor sponsored orphans enjoy a lifestyle that is both practical and educational. They receive all the necessities, comforts, and opportunities in life any kid from a normal family would, including a chance to excel in quality education.
Here are some recent photos of our children at Sakina Home in San’aa, Yemen. They thrive alhamd’Allah, even though the conflict and violence surrounding them.
And these at Sakina Girls Home in Zanzibar, Tanzania, who have shown remarkable progress in their English and Math potential:
And these at SGH and ZBH in Kabul, Afghanistan who have witnessed so much death and destruction, and who live in constant fear of tomorrow’s unknown:
And these in the squalor of the Rohingya refugee camp outside of Cox’s Bazaar in Bangladesh:
And others – in India and Uganda and soon for about 50 Syrian orphans in Lebanon who will find a safe home under construction in Nabatiyeh, Lebanon.
All about 820 of them worldwide, taken away from abject poverty and now live a decent life with unmatched education opportunities, paid for by you, CAI donors. Until they will turn 18, equipped with good health and education to continue pursuing an honorable future. Insha’Allah.