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Because food on the table was not sufficient, Safia's mother could not produce enough milk to breastfeed Safia. Safia was very weak and could not move a lot. World Vision's mobile health clinic provided timely aid. With regular check-ups and nutrition packages, Safia was able to recover.

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"As I could not afford to fulfill the needs of my family, my eldest daughter worked in a restaurant to have more income and the younger one worked on household chores.”

17-year-old Nayeem is fighting to put an end to child trafficking, child labour, and child marriage in his community.​ As a child forum leader, he uses his voice courageously to stand up for children and their rights in his community.

Friday, June 3, 2022 - Sri Lanka is facing its worst economic crisis since independence with a currency devaluation following a 70% drop in foreign exchange reserves resulting in a heavy shortage of fuel, essential items, medicine and soaring inflation. Sri Lanka’s rupee plunged into the world’s worst-performing currency in April 2022.