What do CCFC’s sponsored children want to be when they grow up?
“I want to be a nurse, so I can support people in my community.”
Naziha, 12, Ghana (pictured, right)
“My dream is to become a great soccer player, so I can help my mother, my father and my sisters.”
Ariel, 10, Paraguay
“I want to emerge as a software engineer…. I would write programs and apps, which would facilitate development of my community and help promote the trade of our region.”
Madhan, 14, India
“I will become a vet to take care of animals and increase livestock in Burkina.”
Abdoul Mouhazou, 8, Burkina Faso
“I would like to be a policeman and wear the uniform.”
José, 13, Nicaragua (pictured, left)
“I would like to be a pilot.”
Yidenkachew, 5, Ethiopia
Watch more children from CCFC's countries of operation share their hopes and dreams about what they want to be when they grow up, and/or read about one former sponsored child's career.