By Dallas Parker, communications intern at Unbound
Sponsored elderly in the Philippines are all smiles on their way to Elderly Day activities organized by the Quezon project.
For our aging friends, having fun is essential to their health and well-being. Unbound hosts events designed to give social opportunities to aging friends like Elderly Day in our Quezon project in the Philippines. Read more
Erick Musembi, a CFCA-Nairobi staff member is hard at work.
Marco tends his coffee fields.
Miguel and his dance partner, Valentina, dance the salsa.
Maria demonstrates how to weave a basket.
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CFCA sponsored child Carlos, middle, and his siblings in the hills near their home.
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Left to right: Johanna, Carmen and Angela compare their answers.
Rana game table in Colombia.
Summer is a great time to go outside and just have fun! Children around the world have shared some of their favorite games with us, and today we bring you games from Colombia!
Learn how to play a Colombian version of hacky sack, a coin toss game, and more — Colombia style!
Summer is a great time to go outside and just have fun!
Children around the world have shared some of their favorite games with us, and today we bring you games from Guatemala!
Learn how to play an old street soccer game, marbles and jump rope — Guatemala style!
Get the rules and go play!
Jorun (left) and Paul, CFCA sponsored youth in Kenya, play bano, which means marbles in Swahili.
In the streets of Nairobi, Kenya, children gather to pass the time and to just be kids.
With bragging rights on the line, they pull marbles from their pockets and begin to play bano, which is Swahili for marbles.
“The game is very interesting and I feel proud when I win,” said Paul a youth sponsored through CFCA.
Get the rules to play Bano now!
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