Kledisa Zito
Ref# KA1003

About Me
My name is Kledisa Zito. I'm a 18-year-old girl.
Birthday

My birthday is
July 16, 2001.
Sponsorship Type

Child

Attends Program

Katjel

Program Country

Albania

My Story

Kledisa is in good health. She attends the second grade at high school and is doing well, receiving good evaluation marks in the subjects they take by the teachers there. Kledisa likes to play volleyball for a while with her close friends who live near her home, but not too long during the winter, as the weather gets too cold.  When she gets done with her school homework for the day, she helps her family doing the cooking. Kledisa attends our feeding program in Katjel twice a week, every Tuesday and Friday. Same as all children who attend our program, she likes the hot combined meals which contain chicken, pasta, sausages and rice. After the meal, she attends the Bible classes and receives from the teachers of the feeding programme the Bible lesson of the day. At the end of each class they have the possibility to play volleyball at our centre for a while under the care of our teachers. Kledisa has the possibility to get her teeth fixed for free once a year at our dental clinic. Kledisa's family of five persons lives in three rooms in a new home. Kledisa has a thirteen years old sister whose name is Markela, attending the eighth grade at school and an eight years old brother whose name is Gabriel, attending the first grade at school. They are both in our programme.  Same as all families in the village, they own a portion of land. They have planted wheat as they make their bread at home. Kledisa’s father is invalid and unable to work. The government is giving to him an invalid pension which is a small account and can’t provide all needed for his treatments as well as to keep his family provided in food or clothes. Her mother is working in a factory in the nearest town where they cultivate olives. What he earns from this job is too less, but at least a secure income. They have no animals as they don’t have the possibility to care for them, having less land to provide the stock food needed. The team visited the family to share God’s word with them as well as to receive this update. Both parents were not present during this time. The team shared some scriptures with the three children encouraging them to attend our Bible classes.