I was astonished at the kindness and compassion this family had given us. Allowing us into her home was a very humbling experience for me as I’m sure it was for all of us. After these visits, hoping back onto the bus, we all had stories to retell.
Disability inclusion in schools is a normal part of life in Australia. But in disadvantaged communities where World Vision works, it's being made possible through programs like Child Sponsorship.
As a long term child sponsor, Moira shares her experience of finding out that her sponsorship is coming to an end - and why it's not such a bad thing.
Seeing the community they live in first-hand helped us understand the support they need and how vital the work of World Vision is in such communities.
In her own words: Dwi Maria tells how her family, the “poorest among the poor” and marginalised as Christians in a community with religious tension, changed their destiny with the help of child sponsors.
Child sponsor Brian reflects on the difference he has seen over twelve years of sponsoring Zakayo from Kenya.