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The world has been turned upside down by COVID-19 and right now, child sponsorship might look different to usual – but it’s just as life-changing as it has always been. Here are the answers to some questions you’ve been wondering about your child sponsorship during COVID-19!?

“I believe that I should contribute meaningfully to those in need, instead of spending money on what I want. I also feel that Chosen is very unique in a sense that it gives those children hope! The power to make a decision that can impact their lives.”

“It is something that is very empowering and meaningful and I feel honoured to be a part of this," shared Jayley Woo. The local celebrity was #chosen by a child in Bangladesh as part of World Vision's latest child sponsorship initiative. This is her story!?

Once a shy, soft-spoken child, Bhawana is now a child leader in her village and advocate for child's rights - all of which was made possible because of her participation in child sponsorship!?

South Asia is home to about?33% of the world’s population who lives on less than USD$1.90 per day.?In hopes to extend support to the most vulnerable children in South Asia, World Vision Singapore has actively implemented our child sponsorship programme in certain communities in these three countries - Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

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