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Here's a little known nugget about child sponsorship: It combats trafficking! This World Day against Trafficking in Persons, learn how children are affected by the world’s fastest growing global crime and how child sponsorship is a small act with a big impact. Be an advocate or donate to help!

Have we taken a moment to pause and consider the things we take for granted? In Singapore, we have an average literacy rate of 97.1% whilst in Sudan, 1 in 4 children cannot read or write. Our schools are sometimes a mere ten-minute bus ride or walk from our homes, whilst for many students in the developing world, they make long and dangerous treks to get to school that can sometimes take hours.

Meet Gat Luak, a 15-year-old South Sudanese refugee living in Kakuma Refugee Camp, whose family has been displaced by the conflict in the region. Like many other children his age, Gat Luak also dreams about following his passions and creating a better future, not just for himself but those around him.

It has been eight long years. Still the Syria Crisis rages on, with no end in sight.

Some 8.4 million children have been affected. They have been through terrible things that no one, especially children, should. These things have harmed them not just physically but have also damaged their mental health. In response, World Vision has been working to set up Child Friendly Spaces in conflict areas. Child Friendly Spaces give children a safe space where they can begin to heal and work through their emotions. Crucially, they give these children, who were robbed of their childhood, the chance to be children again.