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Oftentimes, the focus is on the conflict and the danger and not on the many untold stories of the children living in these places who are:

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DISREGARDED
800 million children are living in these dangerous places and counting

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DISADVANTAGED
Children are nearly 3 times more likely to be out of primary school than in other low-income countries
 

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DEPRIVED

Children are 20 times more likely to die from malnutrition. disease and lack of healthcare than from weapons in conflict

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DISPLACED

68% of the people forced to leave their homes comes from just 5 countries, including Syria, Afghanistan and Myanmar

 

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WE BELIEVE A WORLD WHERE CHILDREN ARE FREE FROM FEAR IS POSSIBLE

World Vision is working in hard to reach places, determined to honour, protect and restore the childhoods of girls and boys around the world. 

 

syria

Where thriving is reduced to simply trying to survive. Hospitals and health facilities destroyed and healthcare services fractured. COVID-19 unequally affects the world's most vulnerable.

afghanistan

Too many girls are going from being a child to bearing children. Desperate families sell their daughters into marriage just to survive. COVID-19 could see an extra 4 million girls become brides in the next 2 years.

myanmar-bangladesh

Finding their future means finding their next meal. COVID-19 was first detected in the refugee camps in May. Living in overcrowded conditions with poverty and malnutrition, the refugees now have to fight a pandemic.


You
can save a girl from marriage, 
a child from malnutrition or a mother from losing her child.

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REAL CHILDREN. REAL STORIES. DANGEROUS PLACES.

Watch this space for stories that will give you a piece of their broken world. Stories of children who are living in the most dangerous places in the world, exposed to exploitation and violence, yet holding onto their lives and little of what remains with hope.

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LIFE CAN CHANGE IN AN INSTANT 
The dilemma of children living in the world's most dangerous places as they face COVID-19:

  • Staying home is not safe

  • Social distancing is not possible

  • Limited access to healthcare

  • Lack of hygiene and hand washing facilities

  • Children are at high risk of secondary impact of COVID-19 such as violence, exploitation and loss

THEIR WORLD IN PIECES

By 2030, 80% of the world’s poorest people will live in the world's most dangerous places.

Life in such places can change frequently and often in an instant, exposing vulnerable children to violence, exploitation, deprivation, abuse and neglect for generations.

constant unrest

CONSTANT
FEAR

People are holding onto their lives in fear of the next attack, bombing or unrest.

natural disasters

LACK OF
RESILIENCE

Families and children are not able to bounce back from natural or man-made disasters, diseases and pandemics.

 

weak governance

POLITICAL
UNREST

Government does not have the capacity nor the will to respond to their needs or treat them fairly.

 

diseases and pandemics

DISEASES
& PANDEMICS

Without proper nutrition, healthcare and sanitation facilities, children are susceptible to infectious diseases. 

instability

CHRONIC
INSTABILITY

Children are left extremely vulnerable to exploitation, deprivation and violence, often for generations.

 

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 HOW YOU CAN HELP

World Vision has worked in fragile states for over three decades to provide life-saving support and durable solutions for the world’s most vulnerable children.

Your monthly gift will provide life-saving essentials like access to healthcare, clean water and nutritious food, along with emergency supplies, education and safe places for children to play, learn and heal.

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Keep our children free from fear.

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Journey with vulnerable communities to sustainability. 

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YOUR DONATION BREAKDOWN

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