THE DISTRICTS ARE RALLYING TO FREE CHILDREN FROM HUNGER AND FEAR.
Every year, 1.7 billion children become the victims of poverty and exploitation,
and are forced to live as child soldiers, refugees, child brides, child labourers, and slaves.
This June, embark on a journey to build a safer world for them.
ENTER THE DISTRICTS
COMPLETE YOUR MISSION
UNITE AT THE FINALE
Click on the icons in the map to know more about the issues affecting children around the world!
Will you be their voice?
It’s time to break the silence.
Stand in solidarity with us as we:
FAST FOR 30 HOURS
PIECE TOGETHER CLUES
LEND A HAND
TAKE A STAND
Narges Ghafary has been working with World Vision Afghanistan since 2010. She is currently serving as the Communications Manager at the National Office in Herat. As an advocate for the rights of children and women, Narges works daily with the conviction that real-life stories from the field can change people’s hearts, inspiring them to do their part to change the life stories of oppressed communities for the better. Her role involves producing human interest stories, videos and other advocacy resources about vulnerable, invisible and forgotten Afghan children and women whose voices remain unheard. She documents experiences that reveal the reality of their lives, and is committed to giving voice to not only their challenges and pain, but also their hopes and dreams. Prior to working with World Vision, Narges studied Computer Sciences at university, majoring in Software Engineering. She also has an Associate Degree in Midwifery, and worked for three years as a midwife in a maternity hospital.
Narges will be sharing her experiences of working to create a safer environment for children living under the threat of violence in Afghanistan at our campfire.
Too many of the world’s children continue to live in fear of violence, with no one to turn to for help, and no means of being free from abuse. Together, we can – and must – change this.
President and Chief Executive Officer,
World Vision International
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