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World Vision’s humanitarian response to increase 10-fold within two months to meet the rapidly growing needs of vulnerable children and adults displaced and affected by the conflict.

“I was looking for something meaningful to do or to contribute to, I guess something bigger than myself,” Beverly explained.

Parents like Johura in urban poor communities in the cities Maniknagar and Dhalpur are supported to better provide for their families. From pulling rickshaws, selling vegetables or clothes to tailoring, they are empowered to pursue their small businesses and to live in dignity. 

Since birth, 2-year-old Rahima has had cleft lip and palate. Due to the prolonged drought, her family lost their agricultural lands and livestock and they had no source of income. On the verge of death, Rahima was saved with the surgery that has cured her condition and she is now able to eat well. 

Abaca farming is helping to preserve forest areas and at the same time provide income to families. When World Vision distributed 10,000 hills of tissue-cultured Abaca, farmers in Allan's community started planting Abaca and are now seeing the environment and lives thrive.