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World Vision is active in nearly 100 countries worldwide.
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RTÉ reporter Ray Kennedy and cameraman Paul Daniel report from a camp run by the United Nations outside the capital city of Juba.
Ali, proudly wearing a purple sweatshirt and brown trousers, could not wipe the smile off his face while he was making shapes out of playdough with his brother at the Child Friendly Space
This smiling boy is Oumar. He is five years old and lives in M’bagne in Mauritania.
Meet twins, Mohamed and Minatou. They are five years old and live in M’bagne, Mauritania.
Every parent understands the importance of providing their child with a space that is safe, a place that encourages play, curiosity and expression.
Thanks to your support Emilia has Survived to Five and now she has a bright future ahead of her!
Meet Hannah, she lives in Imperi, in Sierra Leone.
Yankuba is a five year old in Imperi, Sierra Leone, who loves to play football with his friends and roll tyres at home after school.
Emmanuel has had malaria and typhoid in his short life but thanks to World Vision support, as a result of your donations, he received life saving treatment and is fighting fit today!
Disasters like conflict often dramatically disrupt and alter the lives of those impacted by it. Children are at the centre of it all.
As a 13 year old, not everyone has to drop out of school and work to support their family.
Safe and affordable water is everyone’s right.
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