Send some Resilience

Our Resilience Program ensures that children with disabilities will find healing for their hearts. The invisible scars on the hearts of these children may prevent them from thriving in their community, even after medical care. The Resilience Program helps build their sense of self-worth, and reminds them of their abilities, future and value.

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He is 12 years old and suffers from a genetic condition that causes growths and vision loss. He lives with his mom and siblings, but his dad abandoned them because of the disability. Shakulu is passionate about his chicken business, buying and raising them with his own money to support the family. He is excited to learn new things in the Resilience Program that will support his future. He dreams of being a police officer or mechanic, and he wants to finish school and be a father.


She is 13 years old and has been paraplegic since she was a baby. She is loved by her family and lives with her grandmother and 2 sisters while her mom is away for work. Sumaya hopes the Resilience Program will help her deal with bullies at school and make friends. When she is older, she would like to be a mom and a nurse to help others.


She is 10 years old and lives with her grandmother, aunt, uncle and sisters. Her leg deformity causes her constant pain, and she hopes that after healing from her surgery she will soon be able to go to school and start making new friends. She joined the Resilience Program to feel more confident in her disability and learn new skills. She would like to be a lawyer and a mother when she grows up.

How does it work?

Children and teens who are resilient are able to use their strengths and talents to positively cope with and recover from problems and challenges. Resilience is a skill that can be taught. Simple words of encouragement and support from people like you reinforce that they are accepted, valued and have a bright future.

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