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We feature write-ups from supporters and staff who are hungry for change and want their voices to be heard.

“When I did well in my career and started earning good money, that was when I decided, let’s do something for other people,” said Christian. He feels that helping the children in a community is the sustainable and ideal solution for delivering them out of poverty. “If you want to help in the community, the best thing is to help children because they will be the future of that community.”

“When I saw her I almost cried. I was very moved,” shared Doris. Having shared a close relationship with her sponsored child – writing letters every 2 to 3 months and sending small gifts as well – this personal encounter was special to both of them.

“Why do kids in poorer countries need to suffer?”? With this thought etched in her mind, Haishu began her journey as a World Vision sponsor and has stayed on this path for about 12 years.

Nang was on the verge of giving up the hopes of her life goals. Fortunately, with assistance from World Vision, Nang she didn't have to.?

Sponsor and self-proclaimed extrovert Rhiannon Tuntevski has revived the art of letter writing to keep herself busy and connected while in isolation.
But what do you say at a time like this to your sponsored child?

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