Diangha’s story

“Mrs Erin helped me to believe in a brighter future”

The loss of both parents would mean the loss of hope for a brighter future for the most Cameroonian children. Especially, when this child is a girl who is left under the care of a poor health grandmother. Diangha Carine who lives in a high density area in Jinkfuin, would not even think of getting any further education, not to mention healthy food and all other essential things. But her dreams came true when she started receiving GMM sponsorship. Thanks to her sponsor Erin Ecomeford in USA now she receives all she needs and more – self-confident, belief in a brighter future and trust in people.

Through Goodness and Mercy Missions’ Child Sponsorship Program Diangha has learnt that the loss of parents is not the end of everything because there are kind-hearted people somewhere, near or afar, that are willing to make the world a better place. She is so grateful to her sponsor for the love and support that she receives.

At the moment Diangha Carine is a happy 5th year student at Acha Baptist College in Belo Cameroon.  All her spare time she dedicates to work at the GMM Child Sponsorship Program. She is supporting and encouraging other less fortunate children who go through difficult times.

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3 thoughts on “Diangha’s story

  1. We are so proud of this girl not only because Erin sponsors her but because of the hope she has instilled in orphan children as she works at the GMM Child Sponsorship Program.

  2. Erin Comerford

    Carine is such a hard worker, I am very proud of her as well!

  3. Nntah Precious Anke

    let her continue with that spirit and she will final get what she want from this world

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