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The world's most vulnerable children face harsh realities, but for some, it's even harsher,
just because they are girls.

 

Join the movement to sponsor 1,000 girls
by International Day of the Girl on 11 Oct!


Help break the cycle of harsh realities where girls are forced into child labour,
child marriage and subjected to discrimination.

 

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1.2 M

children are trafficked each year. More than two-thirds are girls

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12 M

girls are married each year
before they reach 18

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76 M

young women are illiterate,
making up 62% of illiterate youth

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by International Day of the Girl on 11 October!

FIND A GIRL TO SPONSOR
LEARN MORE ABOUT CHILD SPONSORSHIP

Because of our community-focused solutions,
for every child you help,
4 more children benefit, too.

 

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SOLD AND EXPLOITED:
OF SLAVERY AND ABUSE

"When he struck me,
I didn't feel a thing.
I just heard my arm crack.”

HNIN'S STORY

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GIRLS PROTECTING GIRLS:
SIMRAN'S STORY OF COURAGE

We recently prevented
a marriage of a 16-year-old girl.”

SIMRAN'S STORY

 

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CHILDHOOD LOST:
TRADING SCHOOL FOR THE BRICK FIELDS

“I earn 50-60 taka (S$0.80-S$1) per day… My fingers hurt.”

TARINA'S STORY*

*name changed to protect her identity

 

When you sponsor a girl, you are:

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  • Educating girls and their families to understand their rights; and how to prevent child marriage, child labour, and sex trafficking.

  • Helping girls stay in school by removing social and economic barriers, so they can receive a full education giving them more opportunities for the future.

  • Providing families with knowledge, tools and skills to improve yield, start small businesses and accumulate savings so they can provide the nutrition and healthcare access.

FIND A GIRL TO SPONSOR

You can also rescue girls from harsh realities with a one-time donation

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  • $50 to educate a child in a slum for a month
    $600 to educate and equip a slum child with skills for a year
    $1,200 for a share of educating 100 slum children for a year and to enhance the livelihood of parents to support their children

DONATE

 

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  • $50 to educate a vulnerable girl for a month
  • $600 to educate and equip a vulnerable girl with skills for a year
  • $1,200 for a share of educating 100 girls for a year and to prevent child marriages

DONATE

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  • $60 to help 1 adolescent girl with a menstrual health kit
  • $250 to provide 4 girls with menstrual health kits and to educate her community on taboos and menstrual myths
  • $1,200 for a share of constructing female toilets to enable 1,350 girls to attend schools while menstruating, menstrual health kits, holistic education for the community

    DONATE

A small act as a youth or church member
can make a world of impact in the life of a girl today.

Find out more about how you can make a difference

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YOUR DONATION BREAKDOWN

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According to Singapore's charity regulations, the total expenses incurred due to public fundraising appeals in a financial year must not exceed 30% of total donations collected. World Vision's stewardship mandate is that our costs should not exceed 20% of all donations received. In our last financial year, we kept our costs at 16.7%.

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