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A Second Chance At Life: Nancy’s Story

Nancy Yiampoi, 34, is a humanitarian worker with degrees from the University of Nairobi. She’s also the proud mom of a 10-year-old daughter. All this was made possible when a young woman from Australia named Georgie Paschalis spontaneously decided to sponsor 11-year-old Nancy through World Vision...


Defying Tradition: Preeti’s Story

Every morning in Agra, India, sponsored child Preeti Sholanki, 9, straps on her backpack and starts for school with her best friends Kiran and Roti. It’s a 20-minute-walk through the bustling city streets...


Helping Children Step Up: Manich’s Story

16-year-old Manich grew up in a remote village in Kampong Leng District, Cambodia. Her parents were both farmers who worked hard to provide for Manich and her two siblings...


Owen Yap: Empower Girls to Live a Life Free of Fear

In 2017, World Vision Advocate for Education Owen Yap visited his sponsored child Krita, at Moradabad Area Programme in India. Most of the parents in Krita’s community are not formally educated and do not understand the importance of human rights and education...


Xiaobing walks out of the darkness - How love lit the way for a child

If your eyes could not see, how would you feel? How would you face the future? How would you go on in the world? Xiaobing from China, who is 12 this year, can't see at all because of congenital cataracts. When she was little...


Nicholas Teo: A Journey of Sponsorship and Hope

Malaysian singer and actor Nicholas Teo has a big heart for helping vulnerable children - he has been sponsoring children since 2007. In 2010, he visited World Vision’s Ba Thuoc Area Programme in Vietnam...


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