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From the streets to the police force: Htet's story

27/06/2014

At just five years old, Htet found himself living on the streets of Myanmar. But thanks to Child Rescue supporters like you Htet...

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Busting the myths about child labour

11/06/2014

When people hear about child labour, they might think it isn't that bad. They may presume that those affected are mainly teenagers, doing light work and after-school jobs. But sadly, that is wrong.

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From a bare mountain to a dense forest: restoring the land in Ethiopia

11/06/2014

In Ethiopia, decades of continuously clearing trees for charcoal and firewood have left thousands of hectares of hills barren.

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Running from violence, Rose gave birth by the roadside

23/05/2014

Rose was eight-and-a-half months pregnant and just widowed when she had to run from armed men.

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Sisters lead change in Ethiopia

7/05/2014

Injera, a traditional Ethiopian bread, cooks on a nearby stove oven. Chickens run around the yard of the dusty compound. And in a small and modest room where Hadas' family of four live, she shares...

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Let's stop the deaths: simple steps to saving mothers and babies

7/05/2014

What will it take to reduce maternal and child deaths? According to World Vision's Dr Tari Turner "simple cost effective evidence-based" actions have the potential to radically reduce the incidence...

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A mother's inspiration: raising strong daughters and leaders in Peru

7/05/2014

Inspired by her mother's legacy of leadership, Monica is now raising her two daughters to be leaders. Looking at a photograph of her mother she proudly declares, "It's in our blood."

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Tricked and trapped: Phonevieng's struggle in slavery

29/04/2014

Phonevieng is a 24-year-old hairdresser with a thriving start-up business in her village in central Laos – but her road to success was tough. At 17, she was trafficked into slavery, working as an...

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A new life: Christine's journey to recover from genocide

23/04/2014

Christine was only five years old when the Rwandan genocide began.

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