World Vision India
02/24/2017 at 12:29. Facebook
Lions Clubs International India in partnership with World Vision India has impacted 5682 children so far. Digital classrooms, teachers training, awareness among parents has together started a change in the lives of these children. As we aim to educate over 50,000 children we still have a long way to go.
World Vision India
02/23/2017 at 12:09. Facebook
Santhi (in pink) is the first person in her family to go to college. Her passion to help others in need kindled a desire to pursue nursing.

Santhi’s parents are agricultural labourers, despite their financial conditions they sold their land to pay her 1st year college fees. But when time came to pay her 2nd year fees, they couldn’t help her.
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World Vision India
02/22/2017 at 12:21. Facebook
Ability Fest '17 was organised for children from our special projects. Children with disabilities from these projects gave performances that stole our hearts rights away. Scroll through the pictures and take a look at our meaningful Sunday evening.
World Vision India
02/21/2017 at 11:14. Facebook
World Vision India CEO & National Director Mr. Cherian Thomas received the NGO Excellence award at the World CSR Congress in Mumbai, India.
World Vision India
02/20/2017 at 10:31. Facebook
On World Day of Social Justice, you can make sure a child, does not work, is not abused, is not neglected, is not left behind but moves forward to a life of fullness!

Bring justice, follow bit.ly/newleaseoflife
World Vision India
02/19/2017 at 15:49. Facebook
Silent National Anthem by children from Santhome school for the deaf #abilityfest
World Vision India
02/19/2017 at 04:45. Facebook
Meet Rohit who presented the issues of children with disabilities at the 70th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in 2014. "My dream is to become a pilot. ‘I can’ is the attitude I adopt”, says Rohit.

Support children with disability and help them discover their talents and opportunities in life. worldvision.in/childrenwithdisability
In the year 2000, Murugesan was enrolled in the 9th Standard in the Clara Olive Polio Home run by World Vision India. Today Murugesan has completed his PhD. His thesis were on subjects related to the German and Tamil language.

“My eyes were opened by World Vision”, he says proudly.
Murugesan was affected by Polio when he was 3 years old. Our special projects help many like him overcome the...
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Did you hear about Ability Fest '17? It's a special time where we are going to celebrate lives of children living with disabilities. Children from our special projects are going to showcase their talents.

If you are here in Chennai on Sunday, Feb 19th, please come to St. Bede's Mini Auditorium, Santhome. Your presence will be an encouragement to the children. Here's actor Jayam Ravi talking...
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22-year-old Rajender and his family are developing a fruit tree garden in their village with the tree saplings given by World Vision India.

"My village was lush green once upon a time. Now it is all gone. The tree saplings, guava and mango, given to me by World Vision India inspired me to cultivate my very own tree garden. I chose to plant more trees in the area and even constructed a well...
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Till the age of 8, Reshma did not go to school and stayed at home. But after many awareness programmes and persuasion of our child protection unit members, Reshma’s mother agreed to educate her. After attending the Non-Formal Education centre, the child protection unit members enrolled Reshma in a school.

Now 11, Reshma is doing well in school and wants to be a police officer when she grows up.
Our work in Kottayam, Kerala has come to an end.

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Our work in Kottayam, Kerala has come to an end.

Join us in celebrating this milestone
#farewllkottayam
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Our work in Kottayam, Kerala, has come to an end. After 21 years of interventions to empower and uplift children and their families, it’s time for us to move on. The children, their families and communities are now well-equipped to sustain themselves. Our faithful sponsors and donors have helped children experience better future and the coming generation surely will.

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"Sitting on desks to do our class work makes us happy. We are able to properly sit and study," says 10-year-old Priya.

The lack of infrastructure, in many schools force children to sit on the floor. Sitting on the floor becomes tough especially during winter when it’s extremely cold. Children tend to fall sick often with cold and fever leading them to being irregular to school. Moreover,...
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The medals tell us that Ankit is a winner. And a winner he is! Coming from the communities we serve in North West Delhi, Ankit discovered his talents when he won track events in a city level athletics meet organised by World Vision India in September 2015.

Seeing his interest in running, we presented him with a pair of track spikes. The simple gift further sparked Ankit's interest in running...
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A child learns through a digital classroom. Through the Lions Clubs India and World Vision India education project,1290 children learn through this effective method now.

Not just that, children’s clubs, School Management Committees, teachers and parents training are helping 5682 children experience the best of education. Lions Clubs in partnership with World Vision India aims to educate over...
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