Child Sponsorship Program Graduates

Child Sponsorship Program Graduates

Major Sponsors

"My greatest accomplishment is graduating from college. I can now help my parents." ANCOP CSP Graduate
Hyacinth is a proud ANCOP CSP Alumna.

The ANCOP Child Sponsorship Program (CSP) is a one-to-one sponsor-to-scholar relationship providing for a total program benefit package that includes education, healthcare, and socio-cultural-spiritual enhancement for both sponsored children and their parents. Click here to learn more about the Child Sponsorship Program.


Sanjeeb Kumar Nayak is one of three scholars who graduated in 2021. He lost his father when he was in the 12th grade. With the generous financial support from ANCOP Canada he could complete his graduation and support his mother and younger brother. He currently works as a marketing officer in Phulbani. He and his family will remain ever grateful to ANCOP Canada because what he is today with ANCOP's loving support in his studies.



A CSP Alumna, Mary Rose says, "I'm really grateful for being an ANCOP scholar as it helped not only me but also my family."
Mary Rose Carlos is able to help her family after graduating from the Child Sponsorship Program.


ANCOP CSP Graduate Rev Fr. Ernest Chinonso Nwosu with his family
ANCOP CSP Graduate Rev Fr. Ernest Chinonso Nwosu with his family

Rev. Fr. Ernest was born on June 21, 1993 to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel and Late Agatha Nwosu of Nenwe in Agwu LGA, Enugu State. Ernest, by providence, was the second child out of four of this blessed union. Nonso, as he was fondly called by admirers had his elementary education at Infant Jesus Nursery School Ogui Road (Enugu), Immaculate Heart Nursery/ Primary school Ogui Road (Enugu), Divine Home Nursery and Primary School Akpakpa Nike (Enugu), and finally at Model Comprehensive Nursery and Primary school Nnewi where he concluded his primary educations and as well graduated with distinctions.

Nonso was lively, soft spoken, easy-going and had flair for music, musical compositions/musical instruments and that attracted him the nick-name "Melody." Indeed, Nonso's life remains a manifestation of the sufficiency of God's grace, which was subsequently concretized by the fulfillment of his desires to serve the Lord.

There, at the junior seminary, Nonso distinguished in reading, writing, playing the basketball, singing and most especially playing the Keyboard and the Violin. Music, Musical compositions and the basketball were very dear and special to him. His excellence in both the musical and basketball fields has led to his participation in various competitions and tournaments both within and outside the seminary setting.

After his investiture at St Gabriel's Ozubulu, he was posted to Pope John Paul Major Seminary, Okpuno-Awka for his philosophical studies which lasted for 4 year, graduating with double degrees; Bachelor in Arts (B.A) and Bachelor in Philosophy (B.PHIL) from Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka and Urban University Rome respectively. At Blessed Michael Iwene Tansi Major Seminary Onitsha, he completed his theological studies.

Today, Rev Ernest completes this journey of a 17 years cycle of formation to the priesthood through an ontological transformation at Christ's altar, as such, becoming another Christ. Indeed, this is one of that long awaited day the lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad.

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Within the community of believers there can never be room for a poverty that denies anyone what is needed for a dignified life.
- Pope Benedict XVI

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