World Vision India
World Vision India
yesterday at 11:31. Facebook
World Vision India
World Vision India
06/22/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
Ritu still has to go to pick rags after school every day. But what has changed is that she can study in school and achieve her ambitions.

Yet, there are lakhs of child labourers deprived of their childhood and only have a bleak future to look forward to. Follow
[ Youthkiawaaz.com Link ] for more
Ritu still has to go to pick rags after school every day
Shashank Gautam
Lefa Elia
World Vision India
World Vision India
06/21/2017 at 12:02. Facebook
Oviya is truly an inspiration. We recently posted about her achievements and thought it would be even more encouraging to hear from her.
Giri Kumar Salagala
World Vision India
World Vision India
06/20/2017 at 10:32. Facebook
World Vision India
World Vision India
06/18/2017 at 05:16. Facebook
Happy father's day!
Happy fathers day
How did your child spend the summer vacation? 13-year-old Mahesh from Mumbai spent his holidays drawing and sketching. “Drawing takes me to a different world and I feel happy. I have learnt a lot about art from my teacher in school,” says Mahesh with a smile.
World Vision India also organises different programmes for children in the communities it serves during the summer break. The LSTD (Life...
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How did your child spend the summer vacation 13yearold Mahesh from Mumbai
Congratulations Oviya!
She has completed her engineering course from Sathyabama, Chennai, and is now placed in a reputed IT firm. A big thank you to Sathyabama University for supporting her studies. Oviya, a lively and cheerful 21-year-old, was World Vision India’s sponsored child. Join us in wishing Oviya the very best for her future.
Congratulations Oviya She has completed her engineering course from Sathyabama Chennai and
Natarajan Veera Arasu
Lakshmanan
Bala Krishnan
12-year-old Jhalak(name changed) liked studying but she had to drop out of school due to her family's financial problems. There are many children like her who trade their dreams of education for a work that fetches a meagre income and eventually lose their childhood. Children are #neveroldenough to work.
Ruchi Jain Sambhu
Rachna Verma
Millions of children are pushed into child labour due to conflicts and disasters. In India more than 164 million children were affected by drought last year. Now, there is an increase in child labour in the drought-hit states. It is sad to see children becoming victims of circumstances.

But, whatever the reason, children are #neveroldenough to work. #worlddayagainstchildlabour #endchildlabour
Millions of children are pushed into child labour due to conflicts and
"If I had a choice I would rather go back to school and learn than work", says 12-year-old Rahul*. He is one among the lakhs of children in India, who don't have a choice and have to work to provide for their family.

For more, follow [ Worldvision.in Link ]

*name changed to protect identity
If I had a choice I would rather go back to school

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Whatever the reasons or excuses, children are #neveroldenough to work. #worlddayagainstchildlabour
And we have a winner! Congratulations Benita Paul.

At a time when video games, mobiles or the television seem to be the easiest way to keep a child engaged, a mother and daughter getting their hands dirty to build sand castles on the beach not just makes for some precious memories, but is a critical step in the child learning to appreciate the beauty of nature.

A big thank you to everyone...
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And we have a winner Congratulations Benita Paul
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Sharing photographs from the communities we serve. #greentoday4kidstomorrow #worldenvironmentday2017
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Photos of our friends connecting with nature.

In case your photo did not feature in this album, it could be because of your privacy settings. Kindly change it to public. We are looking for photos with #greentoday4kidstomorrow.
Photos of our friends connecting with nature
Haven't shared your moments with nature yet? Hurry!

Share photographs of you amidst nature and hashtag #greentoday4kidstomorrow

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Haven't shared your moments with nature yet Hurry
Pradeep Daniel
When was the last time you were closest to nature? Or were enthralled by the picturesque splendors of the world or wildlife? We are sure you have photographs of these moments with you.
No matter how long ago this was. Take time to share those pictures on your timeline.

Remember, tag @WorldVisionIndia use hashtag #greentoday4kidstomorrow in your posts. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU CHANGE YOUR PHOTO...
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When was the last time you were closest to nature Or were
Satyarthi Sahu
This is a tuition center in Khariar, Odisha. Many children in these communities are first generation learners and therefore need tutoring to motivate them to learn.

Tuition centres like this have been initiated across the communities we serve in Khariar. The centres not only help children study their lessons but also learn moral values through interesting games and activities. Children find...
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This is a tuition center in Khariar Odisha Many children in these
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