He always felt out of place in a regular school. But soon things changed…
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Blind students recently participated in a three-day state level sporting event for students with disabilities. The games were competitive, but students from Bobbili Blind School showcased their skills and abilities and came away with eight prizes and a whole lot of satisfaction.
This year, as Asian Aid celebrates 50 years of giving and growing hope, it does so with humility and gratefulness for God’s divine guidance. Here we share a snapshot of some of the many things Asian Aid has experienced since 1966.
Asian Aid’s CEO shares his 50th Anniversary wish for the agency, and explains why he is proud to be part of a family that is passionate about creating a world where people live free from poverty.
In his final year of school, Simon’s life changed dramatically when his village was devastated by a landslide and he lost family. Despite the tragedy, Simon graduated from Year 12, and is now training to be a teacher while serving at an Asian Aid children’s home.