What is the role of the primary caregiver for my sponsored child?

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Is this a person within Compassion?
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Randall Aaron

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Posted 2 years ago

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Debi

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I'm a fellow sponsor rather than a Compassion rep, so there's a disclaimer. That said, some of mine have names listed as primary caregiver while others list relationships like mother or grandmother. From this, I think the primary caregiver is likely to be an adult in the home who functions as guardian, whether parent or other.
I trust you will receive a more reliably accurate response soon from a Compassion rep :)
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Sarah, Sponsor and Donor Relations, Social Media

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Hi Randall! The primary caregiver is almost always a relative to the child of some sort, whether that is a parent, grandparent, or aunt and uncle, etc. We have had kids who live with guardians who are not related as well, but the primary caregiver role is that of a guardian of some sort :). I'm happy to look at your child's specific information if you can give me your sponsor ID!
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Jodee Hayka

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Mine before had listed parent mother and father.  But now it has an actual persons name.  Does that mean something happened to her parents?
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Susan, Sponsor and Donor Relations, Social Media

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Jodee, nothing happened to your child's parents. We just decided to include more information on them now. :) 

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