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On 22 February 2019, 55 representatives from 19 churches and 16 parachurch organisations in Singapore came together at Bible House for a forum organised by World Vision on how the Church in Singapore can strengthen our collective efforts at engaging youth and young adults and nurturing them spiritually.

On 19-22 March 2018, four representatives from Singapore Youth For Christ (SYFC) visited World Vision's Area Development Programme (ADP) in Mae Taeng District in northern Chiang Mai. They learnt about child protection initiatives carried out by a local Church-School-Community Network facilitated by World Vision, and shared encouragement and prayer with the church leaders, youth and families whom they met. 

This World Humanitarian Day, we celebrate the passion and dedication of humanitarians like Shampa. 

“Being a humanitarian means working for the protection and the rights of these most vulnerable people,” says Shampa. “I want Rohingya children to know they have human rights and a right to enjoy their lives.”

At the Youth For Change Conference, we got to learn about the challenges of confronting child rights violations in both humanitarian and development settings, and how rigorous evidence-based approaches can be implemented to tackle the diverse causes of violence against children.

When Esnart’s husband passed on, she was left to look after her children and her elderly mother. Through the Gift Catalogue, her family received five chickens that have now multiplied to 332! "I am a great example of what chickens can do," says Esnart.

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