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A single mom volunteers for the children you care for by wv-bang, Fri, 05/10/2013 - 07:18
Ten years ago, Llane faced the most challenging phase of her life when her husband abandoned her with their six sons.
Today, Llane is an active volunteer who proves that people in the community must work hand-in-hand with sponsors like you to help in their development.
Voter's Education in World Vision Communities by wv-bang, Wed, 05/08/2013 - 06:37
As the 2013 elections draw nearer, World Vision is also conducting Voters’ Education for Good Governance,
hand-in-hand with Legal Network for Truthful Elections and Christian Convergence for Good Governance . They travel around the country to rally the importance of good governance.
Nica: An orphan's story by wv-bang, Thu, 05/02/2013 - 06:43
A carbon copy of her mom, Nica cannot remember anything about her. Her mother died due to pneumonia when Nica was two years old.
“It is difficult if you do not have a mother. I feel lonely whenever I see children with their mothers and I do not have my own mom. I wonder if she loves me,” says Nica, 12
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.
Making myself real: Mareal's graduation aspiration by wv-bang, Wed, 04/17/2013 - 06:17
Mareal, 15, is the second of four girl siblings. She recently graduated from a local high school.
Mareal penned a research study about acacia leaves extract as a natural pesticide for termites and was blessed to have passed this major requirement.
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.
A chance to become a better person by admin, Mon, 03/11/2013 - 11:57
“World Vision was made known to me when my Mom had her first sponsored child. When I entered college, I decided to sponsor a kid using my own allowance and now, I have 3 sponsored kids.
After I graduated college, I became their volunteer. I was assigned in a new project called Child Ambassadors where I would contact sponsors to find at least five sponsors for World Vision kids. When I had done my part, I became one of the Child Ambassadors of World Vision.
Zamboanga del Norte, ready to rise up from poverty by wv-bang, Mon, 03/11/2013 - 10:16
2013 is an exciting year for all of us as we will start helping poorer children in new communities. One of these is in the poorest town of the country’s poorest province in 2011— Zamboanga del Norte.
Rocks, mud, waterways and even hanging bridges cover the path to the new community we will assist in Zamboanga del Norte.
Living her dreams: Former sponsored child pursues her dream in an American University by wv-bang, Mon, 03/11/2013 - 09:33
“Abraham Lincoln wrote, ’The best way to predict your future is to create it!’ So I created mine.
Going to school has always been exciting for me. I started kindergarten when I was 3 years old and since then I am eager to wake up early for school. I have been in school for 17 years now and learning something new each passing day.
Lyn Holy thanks you for believing in her dreams by wv-bang, Mon, 03/11/2013 - 09:09
For children, to excel in academics is already a milestone that not everyone is capable of reaching. To be called a leader is another. Lyn Holy, 13 years old, is both academically excellent and socially responsible.
Indeed, she has been everything but scared to explore her potentials because she knows that she has your unwavering support.
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