Children also adopt trees from their immediate surrounding where they live. We have also designed a children’s activity book wherein children are engaged in a process where they learn with fun.
“Look around this room, what else of value do I have apart from my children? I now know what I can do to invest in my children to help them feel loved, supported and develop to the best of their ability."
We're celebrating the 50th year of International Literacy Day with a look at how our largest literacy program is transforming the education of children around the world.
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.
School Principal Moira shares her thoughts on how we can help children understand poverty and global inequality in a way that nurtures compassion and generosity.
As kids go back to school across Australia, see how World Vision is working to improve the quality of education in the communities where we work.