Presawi’s family is from the southeast part of Bangladesh. The family consists of two boys, three girls, and Presawi’s mother. They live in a hut made of bamboo, wood, and dry leaves. They get drinking water from the local well. Presawi’s father is deceased; after his death, the family has become destitute. Presawi’s mother works as a maid servant, but gets paid very little. She can not afford the daily needs of her family, much less an education for Presawi. Presawi and her mother are very grateful for the opportunity for her to live and study at the International Needs Savar Children’s Village.
An education in Bangladesh is so important because it helps to break the cycle of poverty and give hope for a brighter future. Sponsorship provides children with housing, education, a school uniform and supplies, a warm meal, medical care, and they are lovingly taught the Word of God at the Savar Children’s Village.