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A father’s love: empowering men to create change

15/10/2014

Men have an important role to play in promoting gender equality. In India, World Vision has helped to establish ‘Men Care’ groups, where local men can gather to discuss their problems and help to...

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How sponsorship is helping Endalkachew's whole community

15/10/2014

Meet Endalkachew! He’s taking us on a tour of his community in Ethiopia, to see the impact child sponsorship is having on the lives of children and their families.

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A Grandma’s generosity brings hope for the children in her community

1/10/2014

Daw Saw Mya never got to go to school. In her 56 years, she only attended school for one day when she was nine.

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Emily makes a splash for clean water

25/09/2014

Sydney school girl Emily spent a great deal of her mid-year holidays thinking about water.

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Ikrison’s passion for education

25/09/2014

At 18 years of age, Ikrison is a lot bigger than the other children at his primary school in eastern Tanzania.

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A brighter future for Rosita's community

18/09/2014

Meet Rosita! She lives in Bolivia and took us on a tour of the projects World Vision is doing in her community.

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A changed community through the eyes of a child

12/09/2014

Meet Pristine! She’s 13 years old and lives in India. Pristine wants to be a doctor when she grows up and loves to sing and dance with her friends. She took us on a tour of her community, to see the...

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South Sudan's refugees desperately need access to clean water

29/08/2014

South Sudan is the world’s youngest country, having claimed independence from the north three years ago, but since December last year it has been embroiled in conflict.

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How sixteen-year-old Nevis helped rescue a group of trafficked children

28/08/2014

Amidst the crowded train, sixteen year old Nevis couldn’t help notice the group of little children sitting at the far end of the coach. There were around ten to fifteen of them.

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