Cammilly is a hard worker, and wants to be a teacher when she grows up. She lives with her mom, younger brother Joao, and stepfather. Her father left to live with his “other family” (many men have two common-law wives) when she was 5 years old.
Because of the Living Stones program, and all the extra tutoring she received, Cammilly won a scholarship to a private school in a near-by town. The only sad part was that she's unable to continue with Living Stones (her new school is an all-day program).
Cammilly and her family were excited that her brother Joao was able to take her place at Living Stones: In Lagoa de Itaenga, 150 kids signed up to join Living Stones this year, but there was only room for 60 children. We need you to join our child sponsorship program called Foundation Builders so that we can reach children like Cammilly and Joao.