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During the rainy season, Henry and his classmates in Uganda used to miss school whenever it rained, “the roof had holes and it would rain on us, our exercise books would even get wet.”

After talking with the PTA at his school, World Vision constructed three classrooms to enable 382 pupils to attend school regularly. In a better learning environment, school attendance is rising and students...
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Your support is enabling 22,000 people in the Wau Shilluk Internally Dispaced Peoples Camp with access to life-saving food assistance. Here's what it looks like on the ground:

South Sudan's Humanitarian Frontline

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Tabab Nyot is just 11-years-old but has already seen more violence than any person should. In many ways he is like any other young boy, he loves football and when he grows up he wants to be a doctor. At school, he likes drawing and art. He is a quiet young man, not shy, but subdued by his experience.

“Let us go to school so we can grow up,” he says quietly.

Taban smiles for the first time...
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We love sharing moments like this with you.

For these boys and every child in Afghanistan's Badghis community, a new borehole means going to school instead of walking 15km every day to collect water.

Learn more about life-saving water in Afghanistan: wvnz.org.nz/water-badghis
If 11-year-old Raman loves anything, it’s the opportunity to go to school.

Before he was enrolled in classes, he used to sell vegetables with his father. With the encouragement of World Vision awareness programmes in his community, Raman’s father agreed that he could go to school. From learning how to hold a pen, to enrolling into a formal education system, the gift of a school starter kit...
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More people than ever have been forcibly displaced from their homes. Children like 4-year-old Bir constitute more than half of the world's refugee population:

Forced to flee: The top 5 countries producing refugees

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9 year old Badal was diagnosed from an early age as being intellectually impaired, damage to nerves had affected his locomotion system and speech. His aunt says people regularly say hurtful and mocking things about his physical condition.

Now, Badal attends weekly classes for children with special needs at the World Vision centre, where they find comfort and a sense of belonging when they...
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Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

We think we’ve got one of your Christmas gifts sorted. Give a family the gift of a chicken, which means nutritious eggs, manure for vege gardens and chicks to sell for extra income or greater egg-laying power! For children like Lamia, chickens are a gift that keeps on giving.

#GiftGood this Christmas and be the reason a family Smiles this holiday...
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Every year, we're blown away by the passion Kiwis put into the 40 Hour Famine: World Vision NZ. This year, 90,000 participants raised $1.8 MILLION dollars for Syrian children affected by the refugee crisis!

Even better news, the New Zealand Government is contributing an extra $1.6 million to World Vision's work in the Middle-East, to ensure families are reached with life-saving aid.

New...
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Every day as a Nutrition Officer in Juba, South Sudan, Akol supervises and closely monitors the recovery of hundreds of malnourished children.

"Today I am doing what I love most: giving back to society and trying to make even a slight difference in the lives of the people I serve."

Turning hardship and passion into a career

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We can't get enough of these inquisitive faces! Children at a Malawian care group run by volunteers get together and eat a nutritional porridge, with ingredients grown nearby. Every day, parents are taught about the importance of eating nutritious meals at home, too!

Learn more about our work in Onga, Malawi: wvnz.org.nz/malawi-onga
Meet Paige, at 9 years old she’s proof that you’re never too young to make a difference.

After learning about the Syrian refugee crisis, she raised $200 for children who were forced to flee their homes. She remembers how people helped her family after the Christchurch earthquake and wanted to support other families in Syria. Paige, you're pretty incredible.
One in three women worldwide have experienced physical or sexual violence at some point in their lives.

Mother of two, Nilam, is a courageous survivor of domestic violence now raising her daughters as a single mother. With support from World Vision, she enrolled in a beautician course and now has a sustainable source of income for her family.

"World Vision empower women and girls. I walk...
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"I love skipping. It makes me happy. Our children’s club have games and toys like skipping rope and cricket sets. Children get to play together and enjoy!”

11 year-old Seema is one of hundreds of children in India benefitting from World Vision’s children's clubs. By getting together, children can play, voice their opinions and learn about the importance of good health and quality education....
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Since 1995, we’ve partnered with KIDS for KIDS so Kiwi kids can raise their voices for children all around the world. This year, school students across New Zealand are belting out some iconic Kiwi classics songs in support of our work alongside the Luguru Community in Tanzania!

We'd love to thank Smile Dealers: Social Media Photo Marketing for giving families the opportunity to share these...
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For some families, the gift of a goat can change everything. Goats produce up to 16 cups of milk a day and their manure helps families grow better food. Even better, profits from selling milk, manure, and additional goats can fund essential healthcare and education!

#GiftGood this Christmas and be the reason a family Smiles this holiday season: wvnz.org.nz/smiles-goat
Our dream? For every child to live life in all its fullness!

For years, together we've reached the world's most vulnerable children. Today on Universal Children's Day, we're celebrating the smiles and laughs that have been shared all over the world:
What happens when you build toilets in schools? Girls' attendance in classes rise! wvnz.org.nz/world-toilet-day1 #WorldToiletDay
Today, on World Toilet Day, 2.4 billion people around the world don’t have access to a toilet. Let’s change that.

For over 30 years, we have been working around the world building toilets and teaching important hygiene practices in every community we work in:

Let's celebrate how toilets change lives

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This week marks one month since the military offensive began in Mosul, Iraq. Since then, thousands of children and their families have been displaced. We asked them what they miss about home and what they hope for in the future.

Provide life-saving aid to families in the Middle East today: wvnz.org.nz/mosul-crisiswv