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Afghan Children

[Words from CEO] The only thing I know about Afghanistan, on top of what is read in the news, is from the novel "Kite Runner"......

Universal Education: Where to start?

[Features] 50 years ago, an Indian boy named Kailash Satyarthi saw a little boy shining shoes at his school gate. Kailash the......

Promising Land for Children to Grow

[Child Sponsorship] 14-year-old Riki lives a peaceful life with his parents in a barren stretch of land in southern Indonesia......

Rwanda: Agronomist in the Pocket

[World Watch] 8-year-old Marie-Claire Mutoni is a little girl from Nyaruguru district in the southern part of Rwanda...

Nepal: Engaging Community Journalists to Spread the Word

[World Watch] Confidence, attention to detail, pursuit of truth, an investigative eye and a moving pen...

World Vision Hong Kong in Uganda (2016)

[Use of Funds] In 2016, World Vision Hong Kong contributed approximately HK$16.62 million to support 3 ADPs and 10 other proj......



Autumn 2017 Issue 112

50 years ago, an Indian boy named Kailash Satyarthi saw a small boy shining shoes at the school gate. He then went to the boy......

Summer 2017 Issue 111

Today, humanitarian needs are exceeding historical records. We must not forget about those living among crises and disasters.

Spring 2017 Issue 110

If children don't achieve that one goal in the first decade of life, they may struggle for the decades to come.

Winter 2016 Issue 109

Local ownership and capacity building are the keys to sustaining community development.

Autumn 2016 Issue 108

We can't prevent a natural disaster from happening, however, we can reduce the damages done by it.