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Kolab* is a human trafficking survivor in Cambodia, now on the road to a full life; but millions of other children like Kolab are still vulnerable to trafficking because of their desperate circumstances.
Children call for better shelter solutions, more education so they are prepared ahead of the next natural disaster.
Efforts to control Ebola epidemic, reduce stigma a recent example of faith leaders coming together and leading in the development sphere.
Once living on just $2 a day, Edwin opened his own eatery in a busy marketplace with the help of savings and business loans. Now, he no longer lives in poverty, and he and his wife enjoy a sense of financial security and independence.
Underweight and suffering from worms, 2-year-old Hnin needed more than a home remedy.
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.