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With World Vision India working across 6252 communities in 191 districts in India, change happens daily. Day after day, our staff are reaching out to hundreds of vulnerable children. Read our stories of transformation and watch the videos of children who make their way out of poverty, thanks to the support of their sponsors.

Stories of change

Mohini

Little children like Mohini earn Rs. 10 for stitching a football for over two days. Mohini was only eight when she began helping her mother stitch footballs. Caught in poverty, she wilfully left school to work with her mother and earn an income for the family. When Mohini turned 11, she pleaded with her mother to send her younger siblings to school. But her mother helplessly had to say no. Her income was only sufficient to feed the family two square meals a day. Thanks to sponsors like you, wholly free from informal labour, today, Mohini is 14 years old and goes to school. Not only her, but her younger siblings are school-going children as well.


Made Equal

Simarjeet persuaded her parents to send her to school after attending World Vision India’s sensitisation programmes.  Today she has overcome the hurdles of gender bias and cultural taboos.


Let’s ensure a safe childhood for every child in the country.

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