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Nilam’s story: “The future of my children will be secure”
2nd Jun, 15 | Posted by Nilam
Nilam’s story: “The future of my children will be secure”

When Nilam was 15, she was forced to marry a man who made her leave school and was violent. One day she left him with her four children - and World Vision was able to help her rebuild her life.

Imagine: the impact of libraries in improving literacy
26th May, 15 | Posted by Celia Drummond
Imagine: the impact of libraries in improving literacy

Libraries provide access to a world of learning that can be life-changing - particularly in places where education was once out of reach. World Vision's Photo Librarian Celia Drummond shares how World Vision is using libraries to improve literacy around the world.

All Children Reading: Sourcing innovative solutions to improve child literacy
27th Apr, 15 | Posted by Josh Zwar
All Children Reading: Sourcing innovative solutions to improve child literacy

Josh Zwar explains how World Vision and the All Children Reading partnership are supporting innovative solutions to help improve child literacy around the world.

Sylvia’s story: “My age is not the right age to get married”
21st Apr, 15 | Posted by Sylvia
Sylvia’s story: “My age is not the right age to get married”

When Sylvia was 15, her brothers told her she wouldn't be going back to school - instead, she would be married. Read about how World Vision helped to stop Sylvia's early marriage.

How young people in Nepal are speaking up to end early marriage
13th Apr, 15 | Posted by Eileen Darby
How young people in Nepal are speaking up to end early marriage

Eileen Darby shares her experience of visiting a World Vision project in Nepal where children are learning about their rights and advocating in their communities to end early marriage.

Jalel’s story: A Syrian child refugee shares his food with hungry parents
31st Mar, 15 | Posted by Rhonda Hirst
Jalel’s story: A Syrian child refugee shares his food with hungry parents

When Rhonda met Syrian refugee Jalel at a World Vision supported remedial education class, she was struck by the fact that each day this five-year-old boy brought most of his daily meal home, to share with his hungry parents.