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This is a program whereby an individual or organization assists and mentors an individual child. The sponsor takes care of the needs of the sponsored child until they become independent. We have a criterion on how we select children for sponsorship and our engagement with the sponsors.

Criteria of selection

Children in the orphanage may not pass through these criteria since they are regarded as vulnerable. They will be given special consideration but not often.At the school, the criterion is observed at all times to make sure that the neediest students get sponsored.

  • Identification of a case
  • Case study on the magnitude of the problem
  • Approval
  • Picture taken and sent to the coordinating office.
  • Final admission

Mission with sponsored members

Poverty perspective: The need to sponsor a child is to eradicate poverty of a child through removing obstacles that are on the way. This starts from spiritual and material poverty. Good health, good education and good self-concept create choices of a person. This choice will lead to freedom. The aim is to empower and change a life.

Positive alternative: Sponsorship program maximizes opportunities to provide alternatives for the sponsored youth. It helps them to avoid exploitation, through gangs, drugs, crimes or prostitution.

Co-responsibility: Sponsorship assists a parent to carry the burden of their children. The parents are a part of MSRC and should assist the institution to mold the children.

Direct Benefits: sponsorship shall provide maximum amount of direct benefit to sponsored members. Other benefits may be shared with non-sponsoredchildren. However, the sponsor can provide a sponsored child with special gifts.

Participation: Sponsored members will participate in various activities in order to continue being in the program. This will include all activities organization by MSRC or by an individual sponsor.

Sponsored member retirement: Shall be due to;

  • Child has graduated
  • Child has started working
  • Child has gotten married
  • Economic situation has improved
  • Child has discontinued study
  • Child has moved out of the area where they and cannot be traced or get their benefits or correspondence
  • Becomes uncontrollably out of behaviour
  • Lack of family of coordination
  • A child has passed on

Mission with sponsors

Assurance of a healthy relationship; the sponsor-child relationship shall be monitored by MSRC and the coordinating office locally or abroad

Communication to sponsors from sponsored members; all correspondence shall be through MSRC and the coordinating office locally or abroad. No direct sponsor-child communication is permitted

Relationship Sponsors and project Staff; All project staff shall observe code of conduct concerning their behavior or communication with sponsors.

Communication between sponsors and staff: No staff is allowed to directly communicate with sponsors except a designated staff member. All other communications will be monitored by the office to avoid miscommunication and misinformation.

Reporting of inappropriate Behavior; any inappropriate behavior should be immediately reported to our offices.

 Operating guidelines

Communication between the sponsored and sponsor

It will be through letter writing that will be conducted by MSRC designated staff. The letters can be in form,

•           Welcome letters
•           Reply letters
•           Regular letters
•           Christmas letters

NB: Mode of communication may be reviewed by the management


Sponsors are welcome to visit their sponsored at any time. Just contact our offices for more information and arrangements.

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