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In Bangladesh, Sonali and her sister live at the Hat Khola brothel with their mother. During the day, Sonali attends a World Vision Child-friendly Space where she plays, draws, and dances. It’s a safe place in a dangerous world.
World Vision has partnered with NY CityFest with Luis Palau to help local school children during NY CityFest . World Vision will be on hand to give attendees an opportunity to donate money for school supplies for local children.
Kenyan schoolgirls recite "Dear Water," a poem they wrote about the life-changing impact of clean water.
Absi fled Syria with his sister and mom. He should be in school, but he has been skipping class to work up to 12 hours a day as a parking garage attendant.
In certain districts of Uganda, child sacrifice is a real danger. An Amber Alert program is helping to recover children that have been taken.
Last year, nearly 7 million people received access to clean water due to the efforts of 37 NGOs alone. Assuming that the number of people reached remains the same each year a cumulative 110 million people will be reached with clean water between 2015 and 2030.
Over the past 20 years 790,000 donors have given life-changing gifts through World Vision's Gift Catalog — such as goats, clean water, food and education — helping 7.3 million people in need around the world.
The documentary film Dukale’s Dream follows the six-year journey that World Vision Ambassador Hugh Jackman embarked on after a trip to Ethiopia, where he met an extraordinary coffee farmer named Dukale.