A men’s group in Agra, India, is determined to turn the tide on a human rights violation that is common in their community and around the world: child marriage. Through a World Vision program, they are learning how to create a loving environment for their families and protect girls’ childhoods.
In India, a former sponsored child was the first in his village to graduate from college — an accomplishment he credits to his World Vision sponsor.
Limitations defined Rekha’s very existence. From birth, she was diagnosed with polio — and deemed worthless. World Vision provided Rekha with a wheelchair, giving her a way to fight against immobility. Now, Rekha is galloping toward her aspiration of becoming a social worker.