Joyci Mishell Cach Garcia
Ref# NE2592

About Me
My name is Joyci Mishell Cach Garcia. I'm a 16-year-old.

My birthday is
March 29, 2008.
Attends Program

Nueva Esperanza

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Sponsorship Type


My Story

I feel happy to share my information with you. I pray that you are keeping well and healthy. We are still members of the Mount Hebron Church. We attend faithfully every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. My father`s name is Felipe de Jesus Cach Chajon and he is 47 years old. He still makes a living as a street vendor. He currently sells sponges. My mother is Glenda Rosibel Garcia Cerrato. She is 38 years old. She dedicates her time to taking care of us and the house. As a family, we are all in good health thank God. We like pets, so we have two dogs and a couple of canaries at home.

My name is Joyci Mishel Cach Garcia. I am 15 years old. I was in 9th grade this year, and I did not repeat. I like classes at school rather than studying from home because I understand better, and I feel more comfortable. This year, it was a little hard for my parents to support my studies because our economy is not stable all the time. Sometimes, they were not able to buy my school supplies. When I grow up, I would like to become an Administrator. Christmas is my favorite time of the year because I like sharing time with my whole family. My favorite beverage is Jamaica, which is natural. English is the language which I would like to learn if I have the opportunity. I like for my parents to celebrate my birthday, and if God allows, I would like to have cake and a special lunch with my family the next time. My favorite sport is soccer. Our priorities as a family are: groceries and beds. I feel blessed for all the support I have received through Living Water. My family and I believe that it is a great blessing, so we pray for every person who is involved. Lastly, it is important that you know that my mother gave all the information to the LW team. Thank you for your love and blessings!

Kind regards,

Joyci Mishel Cach Garcia

Translated by: Mireya de Sandoval, AAC Secretary / Antigua