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The Seed - Amarapura 2016 update

your 2016 update from Amarapura

May - the young footballer | A rising female star in Myanmar

13-year-old May was introduced to football at age nine – little did she know that she would be enrolled in an academy and winning prizes for her regional team just a few years later! Living in an impoverished community in Myanmar, World Vision supports May’s family by helping them with school materials, rice and mosquito nets.

Htet's dreams are shining again

14. Htet is 14 and lives in a village in Amarapura with her mum

A surprise honeymoon with a twist!

Mark and Amanda Turner talk about their very special honeymoon to Myanmar, where they met Ei Khin, the little girl they have sponsored for the last 7 years

The road to Mandalay

World Vision artist ambassador Dave Bilbrough recently visited his sponsored child Myo in Myanmar, and was incredibly encouraged by all the positive work he saw in the community there.

Leading her peers into the future

World Vision works in Myanmar and many other countries around the world on education and other crucial projects. For International Day of the Girl this Saturday we are celebrating girls like Pan, whose efforts are changing their communities and the futures of the girls and boys living there for the better.

A day of firsts!

Marian and Jamie stopped off in Myanmar on their way back from Australia to spend a day with Min Chit, the young boy that Marian’s mother sponsors through World Vision. Read this wonderful story from Marian of their most memorable and humbling experience.

Amarapura

Amarapura is a large semi… Our focus is on improving the wellbeing of Amarapura our achievements in Amarapura have been wide ranging. Community Updates

Myanmar

The latest prayers of children and communities we work with in Myanmar.
her dream of becoming a nurse. Prayers for Amarapura At the start of summer season

First ever sponsor visit to an ADP in Myanmar

World Vision supporter and child sponsor, Peter, became the first sponsor to visit his sponsored child in his Area Development Programme in Myanmar. This is the story of his visit.

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