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Snapshots of how education impacts children's lives

To a child growing up in a poor community, nothing is more precious than the chance to go to school. Education opens doors and changes lives—it allows children to escape poverty, gain a voice in their community, and experience the fullness of life.

The slideshows below feature children in World Vision projects around the world, sharing their desire for schooling — and their willingness to overcome any challenge to attain it.

In Their Words: Why Children Love School
Children’s Dreams for the Future
Education: Against All Odds

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The feature above was published in
World Vision MagazineAutumn 2007 [pdf].

Also in this issue:
  • Upwardly Mobile: see how education can change the lives of children in Mongolia

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