Nagarjuna was raised by his grandparents, but when his grandfather became feeble, they sent him to work in the rock quarry for the family. In the rock quarry, he saw children that were starving to death, and the supervisors forced them to work inhumane hours. There was never enough to eat for anyone, and the supervisors constantly punished even the most minor infractions. Local pastors heard of the kids in this quarry, and the pastors informed local police contacts who came and rescued all the kids working there.
Today, Nagarjuna is 10 years old, and he lives at The Sylom Children's Home. He wants to become a teacher and loves reading books.
When you sponsor Nagarjuna, you take care of his needs for food and education. You'll get updates from time to time about how you've made a difference and learn about the significant things happening in his life.
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