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My name is Liset Aurora. I was born in Tunja, Colombia, South America. I am 11 years old. I am the youngest of three children. My older sister is 21 and my younger sister is 20. She has a 2 year old baby. I live with my mother, my two sisters, my nephew and three uncles in a rented apartment. My father abandoned us when I was 4 years old. He lives with another woman and has a little girl-my third sister. Since then, my mother has not received any financial support from him. We, his daughters, do not receive any support towards our education. My mother has struggled and worked very hard to send us to school. My sisters already finished high school but because of financial difficulties were not able to attend college. My sisters do have to work to help my mother because she had an aneurysm and was not able to get a job again, even though she had the desired to continue working. My mother then started to make wooden handicrafts. She sells those handicrafts and with the money she gets we barely pay the expenses of the house. We are a very humble family.

I am on 5th grade at the Colegio Boyaca in Tunja city. I want to finish high school and go to the university to become a veterinarian. I also want to travel and do a specialization in animals. I have a female dog, a hen and a rabbit as my pets. In my spare time I enjoy singing, dancing and playing basketball.


  • First letter of 2015!

    Attached is a letter from Liset! If you are interested in writing a letter to respond, please do so! Our students love to correspond with their supporters. Givology can provide translation services to help with communication. [img]/images/user/540_13998979891048460526.jpg[/img] Sponsors: Hello! I hope the Almighty bless you forever! I want to tell you that have been actively participating in the youth ministry and the church service. Participating has been a wonderful experience, for I get to meet new people, and I am learning new and nice things about God. For Christmas, we celebrated at the church with our entire congregation. At my house, we celebrated with my family, and we thank God for all the blessings we received this year. God Bless you for your GREAT help. I hope you have a Merry Christmas with family and friends. Merry Christmas! With love, Liset Aurora Translated by Givology Volunteer, Frida Herrera.
  • 2014 Report Card

    [img]/images/user/540_18087653535766826799.jpg[/img] [img]/images/user/540_18094791967199057851.jpg[/img] Student: Liset Aurora Grade: Ninth School: Colegio de Bogota According to her report card, Liset is very good at Art. She loves cumbia, and she is able to recognize different Columbian rhythms. She is very good at doing research and presenting the information in a professional way. According to her teacher, she has good time management skills that help her succeed in this field. As well, she likes Social Sciences. She seems to have some difficulties comprehending some of the most important events of the 20th century, but she is very dedicated to her homework. Liset seems to have difficulties with Math, Biology and Chemistry. Nonetheless, Liset is very committed to her education. With you help, we can help Liset to stay motivated and improve in the areas that need a little boost.
  • My update!

    [img]/images/user/540_4445670017125802923.jpg[/img] Dear sponsors, First of all, I thank you for the great opportunity that you have given me for my future. I know I failed the last year with my academic performance, but this year I am willing to show my capabilities and my intelligence with my grades. I won’t disappoint you for sure so that you will be proud of my grades this year. I started this period with a good kick, very good grades and an excellent average. Thank God this year has been very good and I have done very well in everything both personally with my family and at school all went very well. I am also very sensible in the house and at school since my big dream is to succeed and become someone in life that you and my family would feel very proud of. I will show you each one of my achievements. Thank you for so many blessings, for believing me and for giving me another chance. God bless and always take care of yourselves and your homes. Thank you for everything. I love y...
  • Updates from Liset

    Here is a letter from Liset as well as a recent transcript from her school!
  • Letter from Liset

    Dear sponsors: I want to thank you for the support you have given me throughout these years of my life. You have been helping me since I was little. For me to think about having you as sponsors who are concerned about me and my well being makes me really joyful and happy. I am doing well at school. I am in 8th grade and I feel very happy because I have great friends. Throughout this time I have grown a lot and I have been able to understand several things. The first thing is that as a girl I can have boys as friends not only girls. Actually, it might sound weird but I have 15 friends who are boys and only 4 girl friends. Here in Colombia people say that a girl’s best friend is a boy not a girl and I agree that it's true. The ages of the boys who are my friends are diverse. They are 17, 15 and 14 which is my age now. Being a teenager is a very nice stage in life and thanks to God I have been able to live it in a responsible way. Thanks for everything. Liset Aurora


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