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The pride of B’laan tribe graduates valedictorian by wv-bang, Wed, 04/17/2013 - 06:58
Unfortunately, a number of tribal communities in the South lack access to decent basic social services especially on education
They also have limited opportunities to engage in mainstream economy and suffered social, economic and marginalization. “I hope the children from our tribe will finish education until college,” says Armerald.
Congratulations, graduates! by wv-bang, Mon, 04/08/2013 - 08:38
Just few minutes after the graduation ceremony, 12-year-old Mishel with her classmates stayed under a big, old acacia tree beside their empty classroom
– no children and chairs, but only a few of returned books. They read what’s written on their diploma and later on toss their graduation cap up into the air.
World Vision ensures the development of children’s potential by Anonymous, Wed, 04/21/2010 - 02:49
From early childhood to adolescence, World Vision provides opportunities for learning. It equips the sponsored children, families and the community in upholding women and children’s rights and addressing violations through strengthening and mobilization of children’s organizations, networked built and mass media.
- Provision of uniform & school supplies in locally-funded ADPs
- Building/ Rehabilitation of School facilities
- Tutorial Programs
- Teacher and School Staff Training
- Progress Evaluation
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