Language: English Chinese 
语言选择: 英文 华文

2021年正成为儿童人道主义危机之年,现在是你成为助养人的最好时刻。

理由 #3895
Nilanjona 不必再担心自己会成为儿童新娘,可以专注于学业

理由 #6312
Eureka 和其他女孩将更加安全,不必担心自己会成为童工,还可以梦想美好的未来

理由#8489
你们一家人可以改写世界各地孩童的生命故事

一位孩童,一个理由。你会是孩童拥有希望和美好未来的理由吗?

您也可以打电话或 WHATSAPP 致 6922 0144 询问详情

Hi, my name is Pavithran.

I am a 13-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Digonto.

I am a 2-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Rahul.

I am a 3-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Hachibul.

I am a 3-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Asratu.

I am a 7-year-old boy from Ethiopia.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Neloy Nirob.

I am a 3-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Tertho.

I am a 4-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Aranye.

I am a 3-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Santhosh.

I am a 13-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Yohanes.

I am a 5-year-old boy from Indonesia.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Abu.

I am a 11-year-old boy from Ethiopia.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Prithiksha.

I am a 4-year-old girl from Sri Lanka.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Thanujan.

I am a 5-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Sirinaresh.

I am a 7-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Iglesius Kipen.

I am a 12-year-old boy from Indonesia.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Kristian Seko.

I am a 5-year-old boy from Indonesia.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Rettik.

I am a 7-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Abir.

I am a 6-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Bashab Bondhu.

I am a 6-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Rudro.

I am a 6-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Deboraj.

I am a 8-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Mujahid.

I am a 4-year-old boy from Bangladesh.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Van Tay.

I am a 8-year-old boy from Vietnam.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Trung Kien.

I am a 4-year-old boy from Vietnam.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Elbegdorj.

I am a 11-year-old boy from Mongolia.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Yashvin.

I am a 8-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Dileepan.

I am a 11-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Thavarooban.

I am a 9-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is GOWTHAM.

I am a 11-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Prashana.

I am a 12-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Thuvishan.

I am a 8-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

Hi, my name is Thugilan.

I am a 12-year-old boy from Sri Lanka.

See Child's Greeting
Learn more about me

My name is Pavithran

My birthday is on 8 Mar 2008
My favourite subject is Local language
I like playing Soccer

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Digonto

My birthday is on 27 Jan 2019
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Football

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Rahul

My birthday is on 23 Sep 2017
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Football

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Hachibul

My birthday is on 18 Oct 2017
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Ball games

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Asratu

My birthday is on 30 Oct 2013
My favourite subject is Number counting
I like playing Football

Ethiopia, Yaya Gulele ADP

World Vision Singapore has been funding Yaya Gulele ADP since its inception in 2007. Working in tandem with national governmental policies and other agencies for the eradication of poverty and transformational development in Ethiopia, this programme seeks to help families in the target areas achieve livelihood security on a sustainable basis. 

Ethiopia ranks 173 out of 189 countries on the 2017 Human Development Index. The average household income is US$100 per month and 34.7% of the population live below the poverty line. A majority of the population are farmers engaged in mixed cultivation and livestock rearing. 

In Yaya Gulele ADP, more than 50% of children have not gained functional literacy. Inadequate school materials and limited access to updated teaching methodologies contribute to students not being engaged in school. As such, they prefer to do income generating activities like farming instead of going to school.

Also, there is a high level of need in the areas of healthcare, sanitation and clean water. The causes are poor sanitation practices, poor waste disposal and open defecation. Due to the inability to have a balanced diet and age appropriate food, mothers and children are malnourished.

My name is Neloy Nirob

My birthday is on 27 Jan 2018
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Football

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Tertho

My birthday is on 13 Mar 2017
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Football

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Aranye

My birthday is on 4 Dec 2017
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Football

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Santhosh

My birthday is on 1 Feb 2008
My favourite subject is Reading
I like playing Building blocks

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Yohanes

My birthday is on 15 Apr 2016
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Toy cars

Indonesia, Ende ADP

World Vision started an ADP in 2014 after a thorough assessment of Ende in 2012. Measured against standard indicators of economic development needs, Ende emerged as an area where the vulnerability of children needed to be urgently addressed. 

In Ende, traditional attitudes towards children are harsh and unsympathetic. They are viewed as free labour and are often denied their right to study so that they can work to supplement the family income. Cases of physical and sexual abuse are not taken seriously and are unreported or left unsolved, affecting and scarring children emotionally and mentally. 

In terms of healthcare concerns, the main issues that compromise the health of children are the lack of access to clean water, the prevalence of unhygienic behaviours and poor sanitation systems. Approximately 40% of the community practices open defecation as there are no proper toilets. 

Also, Ende's economic development falls behind national statistics. Their main source of income is agriculture but the productivity of existing farming methods is low due to a lack of understanding, poor management, pests and diseases. 

My name is Abu

My birthday is on 26 May 2010
My favourite subject is Local language
I like playing Ball games

Ethiopia, Yaya Gulele ADP

World Vision Singapore has been funding Yaya Gulele ADP since its inception in 2007. Working in tandem with national governmental policies and other agencies for the eradication of poverty and transformational development in Ethiopia, this programme seeks to help families in the target areas achieve livelihood security on a sustainable basis. 

Ethiopia ranks 173 out of 189 countries on the 2017 Human Development Index. The average household income is US$100 per month and 34.7% of the population live below the poverty line. A majority of the population are farmers engaged in mixed cultivation and livestock rearing. 

In Yaya Gulele ADP, more than 50% of children have not gained functional literacy. Inadequate school materials and limited access to updated teaching methodologies contribute to students not being engaged in school. As such, they prefer to do income generating activities like farming instead of going to school.

Also, there is a high level of need in the areas of healthcare, sanitation and clean water. The causes are poor sanitation practices, poor waste disposal and open defecation. Due to the inability to have a balanced diet and age appropriate food, mothers and children are malnourished.

My name is Prithiksha

My birthday is on 16 Aug 2016
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Ball games

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Thanujan

My birthday is on 2 May 2016
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Cricket

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Sirinaresh

My birthday is on 20 Sep 2013
My favourite subject is Mathematics
I like playing Cricket

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Iglesius Kipen

My birthday is on 7 Jul 2009
My favourite subject is Religion
I like playing Football

Indonesia, Ende ADP

World Vision started an ADP in 2014 after a thorough assessment of Ende in 2012. Measured against standard indicators of economic development needs, Ende emerged as an area where the vulnerability of children needed to be urgently addressed. 

In Ende, traditional attitudes towards children are harsh and unsympathetic. They are viewed as free labour and are often denied their right to study so that they can work to supplement the family income. Cases of physical and sexual abuse are not taken seriously and are unreported or left unsolved, affecting and scarring children emotionally and mentally. 

In terms of healthcare concerns, the main issues that compromise the health of children are the lack of access to clean water, the prevalence of unhygienic behaviours and poor sanitation systems. Approximately 40% of the community practices open defecation as there are no proper toilets. 

Also, Ende's economic development falls behind national statistics. Their main source of income is agriculture but the productivity of existing farming methods is low due to a lack of understanding, poor management, pests and diseases. 

My name is Kristian Seko

My birthday is on 4 Aug 2015
My favourite subject is Drawing
I like playing Football

Indonesia, Ende ADP

World Vision started an ADP in 2014 after a thorough assessment of Ende in 2012. Measured against standard indicators of economic development needs, Ende emerged as an area where the vulnerability of children needed to be urgently addressed. 

In Ende, traditional attitudes towards children are harsh and unsympathetic. They are viewed as free labour and are often denied their right to study so that they can work to supplement the family income. Cases of physical and sexual abuse are not taken seriously and are unreported or left unsolved, affecting and scarring children emotionally and mentally. 

In terms of healthcare concerns, the main issues that compromise the health of children are the lack of access to clean water, the prevalence of unhygienic behaviours and poor sanitation systems. Approximately 40% of the community practices open defecation as there are no proper toilets. 

Also, Ende's economic development falls behind national statistics. Their main source of income is agriculture but the productivity of existing farming methods is low due to a lack of understanding, poor management, pests and diseases. 

My name is Rettik

My birthday is on 15 Jan 2014
My favourite subject is Coloring
I like playing Football

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Abir

My birthday is on 10 Jul 2015
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Cricket

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Bashab Bondhu

My birthday is on 30 Jan 2015
My favourite subject is Coloring
I like playing Ball games

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Rudro

My birthday is on 14 Aug 2014
My favourite subject is Coloring
I like playing Ball games

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Deboraj

My birthday is on 27 May 2013
My favourite subject is Drawing
I like playing Balloons

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Mujahid

My birthday is on 19 Aug 2016
My favourite subject is None
I like playing Football

Bangladesh, Wazipur ADP

Wazipur, Bangladesh is a district located in the Southern region of Bangladesh, about 114km away from Dhaka. The majority of the population are limited to labour-intensive and low-income occupations such as farmers, daily labourers or petty traders. As the district is also prone to earthquakes, water-logging and arsenic poisoning, economic livelihood opportunities are further restricted. The prevalence of child labour and child marriage also contribute to high drop-out rates in school - limiting the opportunities for future growth and development.

My name is Van Tay

My birthday is on 16 Feb 2013
My favourite subject is Mathematics
I like playing Football

Vietnam, Son Tra ADP

While urbanisation rapidly spreads in Son Tra district, children from poor families continue to struggle to meet their basic needs. Almost one in five people live on less than US$2 per day and there are gaps in the areas of housing, transportation and education.

As the area develops, there is an increase in hotels and tourism. But locals are ill-equipped for this change as they lack formal education and technical skills. As a result, they have challenges gaining employment and providing for their children’s basic needs.

The district has the highest rate of stunting in the city, with 18.5% of children under the age of five being affected. Diarrhoea, acute respiratory infections, dengue and pneumonia are common diseases among children between 0-14 years old as poor families cannot afford proper healthcare from qualified practitioners.

Parents of poor families spend almost all their time struggling to make a living. As a result, their children are neglected and lack care, guidance and supervision.

In light of these needs, World Vision started the implementation of Son Tra ADP in 2015. Through consultation and cooperation with community representatives and the local government, the project aims to improve the well-being of children.

My name is Trung Kien

My birthday is on 7 Aug 2016
My favourite subject is Coloring
I like playing Hide and seek

Vietnam, Son Tra ADP

While urbanisation rapidly spreads in Son Tra district, children from poor families continue to struggle to meet their basic needs. Almost one in five people live on less than US$2 per day and there are gaps in the areas of housing, transportation and education.

As the area develops, there is an increase in hotels and tourism. But locals are ill-equipped for this change as they lack formal education and technical skills. As a result, they have challenges gaining employment and providing for their children’s basic needs.

The district has the highest rate of stunting in the city, with 18.5% of children under the age of five being affected. Diarrhoea, acute respiratory infections, dengue and pneumonia are common diseases among children between 0-14 years old as poor families cannot afford proper healthcare from qualified practitioners.

Parents of poor families spend almost all their time struggling to make a living. As a result, their children are neglected and lack care, guidance and supervision.

In light of these needs, World Vision started the implementation of Son Tra ADP in 2015. Through consultation and cooperation with community representatives and the local government, the project aims to improve the well-being of children.

My name is Elbegdorj

My birthday is on 19 Sep 2009
My favourite subject is Mathematics
I like playing Basketball

Mongolia, Selenge ADP

Selenge is located in northeast Mongolia near the Russian border. It is between the Orkhon and Selenge river basins and the hills and mountains in the forest steppe regions.

In Selenge, about 30% of the population live in poverty. The community faces persistent unemployment after an economic downturn. Families struggle with job loss and limited opportunities for businesses and self employment. They also face challenges in child protection, economic development and education. Poor environmental hygiene and sanitation issues have also led to epidemic outbreaks and put children's lives at risk. 

Mongolia’s harsh climate, poorly developed infrastructure, persistent poverty, and nomadic herding lifestyle increase risk of loss of livelihood due to natural hazards. Driven by poverty, many children work illegally in surrounding mines, raising school dropout rates and huge child protection concerns.

My name is Yashvin

My birthday is on 5 Mar 2013
My favourite subject is Coloring
I like playing Cricket

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Dileepan

My birthday is on 30 Jul 2010
My favourite subject is Story time
I like playing Riding a bicycle

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Thavarooban

My birthday is on 22 Aug 2011
My favourite subject is Coloring
I like playing Toy cars

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is GOWTHAM

My birthday is on 13 Jun 2010
My favourite subject is Local language
I like playing Cricket

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Prashana

My birthday is on 18 Mar 2009
My favourite subject is Dictation
I like playing Cricket

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Thuvishan

My birthday is on 3 Mar 2013
My favourite subject is Mathematics
I like playing Ball games

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

My name is Thugilan

My birthday is on 16 Feb 2009
My favourite subject is Drawing
I like playing Cricket

Sri Lanka, Lindula ADP

World Vision has been involved with Sri Lanka’s tea estate workers for many years and Lindula ADP is an extension of this work. Tea plantation workers have been marginalised in Sri Lanka for a very long time. Originally brought in from South India over 150 years ago, they were eventually exploited for work and isolated from the rest of the country. World Vision’s interventions focus on the well-being of children to ensure that their health, nutrition, education and social needs are met.

In Lindula ADP, majority of the people work as pickers and labourers in the tea estates. They are paid daily, and when work is not available, they face a severe shortage of income.

Also, children lack proper education, and 45% of the population under 12 years old are illiterate. This is due to long travel distances, poor transport facilities and lack of finances for education resulting in a dropout rate of 14.5%, almost 10 times the national average.

In terms of healthcare and child protection challenges, 74% of people live in dismal housing. Whole families live in a single room that is linked to others to form a “line house”. There is little ventilation, no privacy, and conditions are often unsanitary. Only 67.1% of households have their own latrines and the remaining families share common latrines or defecate in open areas.

我要助养儿童 - 帮我配对!  

儿童助养计划可以提升贫困孩童、家庭和社区的能力,并助他们改善生活处境,继而将内在潜能全面发挥出来!

您可透过每月捐献45元,为社区居民提供生活基本需求,如:干净水源与卫生、医疗保健与营养、教育、家庭生计和儿童保护,为社区的生活带来转变。我们将集合您和其他助养人的捐献,并用于推动您助养童的社区整体发展。您助养的儿童也会因此受益。助养人也可透过书信、E-letter等方式与儿童分享互动,陪伴孩子成长。

您的助养能让孩子们经历 许多美好的第一次:

理由 #23:让孩童有干净的水喝

World Vision (世界宣明会)致力在社区提供干净的水原与卫生设施,同时教导居民管理与维修水资源和卫生设施。我们也会教导他们如何关注个人与环境卫生。

理由 #467:让孩童有医疗保健与营养的食物吃

World Vision 致力于确保孩童和孕产妇的健康,并透过推广健康与营养知识,建立与改善医疗保健服务,以及预防导致疾病的主因。。

理由 #877:让孩童得到有素质的教育

World Vision 帮助扫除影响教育的障碍,并与社区和当地政府合力改善孩童所获得的教育素质。

 

 

理由 #2077: 让父母亲能有稳定的工作

World Vision为家庭装备技能与工具,
如:透过改善农耕系统和商业技能,
以及提升相关的金融服务管道,增加他们的收入,
帮助他们应付家庭的生活所需。

 

 

理由 #8775 : 让孩童受到保护

在World Vision工作的社区,我们致力保护儿童
免受暴力和虐待。我们积极装备社区的需求,为孩儿童
提供保护和醒觉教育,向他们倡导儿童权益的醒觉意识,
并确保孩童在社区里拥有自己的权利。

 


张艾嘉
"我心里有很多疑问,关于这个世界
究竟发生什么事情?还有作为一个人,我们是否应该彼此帮助呢?
我觉得每一个平凡人也是有能力的,
这与他拥有的金钱多寡无关。而是那份与人分享的心,
应该是我们生命的一部分。


陈凤玲
我一直很喜欢孩子,也很希望孩子们,
特别是贫穷国家的孩子们能有被疼爱的感觉。
众所皆知,他们是一群被剥削的群体,拐卖、
儿童婚约等不断的发生。


周慧敏
我很能理解贫困父母的感受,他们会很想让自己的孩子得到帮助,
或希望有人去助养他们,让孩子们能够脱离贫穷困境,
有自立的机会,不需要过与他们一样的生活。

王力宏
我相信每个孩童都应该在健康和安全的环境下成长,
然而,在贫困社区,贫穷剥夺了孩童应该有的权力。
我要请你,一起成为儿童助养人,
走进儿童的世界,携手改写贫困孩童的未来。

 

 

点击照片,阅读他们的人生故事!

 

 

助养 童享美好成果 - Janvie 的故事

“我从助养儿童计划找到了自己的声音, 现在玛莉也可以做到。”

 

人生的第二次机会 - Nancy 的故事

“如果没有世界宣明会的援助,我就不会有今天的成就。我的人生获得了第二次的机会。”

 

 

Janvie六岁的时候,父母把他留下给外祖母后,再没有回家,让他一直感觉被遗弃。 因为贫困的家境, Janvie 不能上学,要在烈日下收割竹蔗,赚微薄的收入。

有一天, World Vision 在他所住的地方开展助养儿童计划,他也因此成为助养儿童。 他找到了发愤前进的盼望,也终于可以上学读书。

现在,他是一个儿童权益倡议者。对他而言,如果他没有助养者的支持,他可能还活在贫困之中。 因此,他决定要把这份爱与祝福延续下去。他现在助养了玛莉,也改变她和她的社区。

“我从助养儿童计划找到了自己的声音, 现在玛莉 也可以做到。”

34岁的 Nancy 是内罗毕大学的毕业生。她之所以能有今天的成就,全因为她的助养者。

从小, Nancy 就眼见当地的妇女过着负责取水和饲养牲畜的生活。她想要透过教育,过一个截然不同的人生。然而,她的继父并不支持她上学,甚至不愿买校服给她。她说:“人们认为女孩,或依然认为女孩比不上男孩。”

透过儿童助养计划, Nancy 在学校收到了一套新的校服,让她第一次感受到被助养后所带来的改善。“我很开心,有人关心我,还买校服给我!” 而那只不过是一个开始。

世界宣明会在 Nancy 居住的社区展开工作,供应校服、书本和书包、津贴学费,以及在学校建设课室和储水槽。世界宣明会也在她居住的社区协助提升医疗保健服务和建设水源项目。

Nancy 由衷地感激Georgie的慷慨资助。说道,“如果没有世界宣明会的援助,我就不会有今天的成就。我的人生获得了第二次的机会。”

常见问题

World Vision 在任何一个区域的工作一般长达十年至十五年之久。助养者参与社区发展的时间长短则因人而异。有些助养者在社区发展初期加入助养计划,有些则在发展末期加入。助养也可能因其他因素终止,其中可包括您助养的儿童完成学业、开始赚取收入或与家人搬离世界宣明会工作的社区。若您在任何情况下未能继续助养,可随时与我们联系。

不会。 World Vision 只为每位儿童指定一位助养者。然而,您可以与家人或朋友一同助养一名儿童。您只须委任一名联络人负责与儿童通信联系、每月交付捐款、以及与世界宣明会联络沟通。

新加坡的政府规定慈善机构一般上只能动用高达三成的捐款当作筹款开销。 World Vision Singapore 在2019财政年度只动用了16.4%的筹款作为开销。其余的83.6%都用来资助世界宣明会的各个项目,让儿童们及他们的家庭与社区一同受益。但是,您助养的善款不是直接交给您的助养儿童。单纯给予只会造成依赖,协助社区自立才是发展工作的最终目标。因此,助养者的捐款不止惠及一个儿童或他的家庭,而是连同其他助养者的捐款,发展儿童身处的社区,令生活环境得到长远改善及可持续发展,让他们能在健康的环境中成长。