Bishop Philip Anyolo from the diocese of Homabay in Kenya, together with delegates from CFC Canada and Kenya visited ANCOP Canada sites in Visayas Avenue and Lady of Banneux last June 15, 2016.
On Tuesday February 9th, 2016, I had the privilege to teach the children of AVANAI CFC ANCOP Village in Manila. Growing up in the Couples for Christ community, I would learn about the program Answering the Cry of the Poor in Youth for Christ. I would also participate in the annual fundraiser walks at the …
Caroline Achieng a mother of three children, who experienced hardships in life but with the help CFC(Couples for Christ) ANCOP Canada through their Child Sponsorship Program was able to make her children attend to school and now doing well. Her story can also be your inspiration to help and support ANCOP in their mission to Answer the Cry of the Poor.
Together with Bro Jun, Sis Malou P. Clarito, CFC ANCOP Canada’s Full Time Pastoral Worker in Africa (Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana) share their journey to starting ANCOP’s CSP in Africa and the fullfillment she feels everytime she sees the children’s smiles. She shared this in the most recent One Africa : Africa Leaders Conference (ALC) held last May 1.
Bro Francis Almeida recounts how the Child Sponsorship Program in India has grown to touch more than 200 children and their families.
Sen Tobias Enverga Jr, Canadian senator representing Ontario, and Canadian Ambassador to the Philippines Neil Reeder helped build ANCOP houses alongside the team of teachers and students of the Toronto District Catholic School Board (TDCSB) who were in the Philippines last December for a 2-week mission trip.
Fr. James Kairu has high hopes that soon ANCOP will grow and impact the lives of the many poor in Kenya, the country where he was born and grew up.
It was not the first time that students and teachers from Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) went to the Philippines for immersion and to participate in the build of ANCOP houses for families in need. The first group to embark on this same mission was in 2011.
Lilian Waithira Ikuro had a dream of a children’s home where vulnerable, disadvantaged little souls would be cared for, loved and nurtured to be independent and fully functional members of society. This was 2003. Today, this is not a dream anymore as Lilian and The Nazareth House have become a haven to young people, mainly orphans, who are in dire need of home and support to go on with life.