A Cambodian community prepares students for quality education on the first day of school. With the support of her mother, her teachers, and other community leaders — and with school supplies donated through World Vision — 6-year-old Channy is ready to learn.
Florence’s heart for students with disabilities led to transformed education at her school in southern Zambia. By dismantling stereotypes and cultivating a place for her students to learn and thrive, she also helped shift her community’s perspective.
New bicycles allow a Zambian girl to attend school and avoid the dangers on her road to collect water. The bicycle lets her arrive on time to class and also gets her home earlier in the evening so she has more time for her homework.
Ahmed’s world began to change in 2014 when militants took control of his city of Mosul, Iraq. His education halted while his family lived in fear. Ahmed continued to pursue his education after things took a turn for the worst when his family fled their home.
High malaria rates in Malawi caused children to miss school. Upon their return, students like Halima struggled to keep up. After World Vision’s Indoor Residual Spray initiative, class attendance rose.
A childhood disability fuels Premvati’s compassion for other children with a disability in India. Through World Vision programs, Premvati regained confidence and continues to serve her community’s most vulnerable.