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One way or another, children around the world are getting back into education. Find the top 5 reasons why it matters.
painting and storytelling.
As children in the UK go back to school, find out how to help your children through times of anxiety, and to understand and manage their emotions.
we use storytelling as a tool to help children express …
Jackson is living proof that the simple act of sponsoring a child can open up their future to more than they ever thought possible.
but I loved storytelling
During the current coronavirus crisis, children are finding ways to bring hope and healing to those around them.
doing storytelling for children to keep them entertained and
Today on World Humanitarian Day, let us celebrate the inspiring stories of our humanitarian heroes.
and express themselves through drawing and storytelling. I often work with children who have been
World Vision has received a coveted award for its groundbreaking interactive charity experience at UK shopping centres, with judges hailing the display as a “wonderful, emotive creation making a real difference to people’s lives”.
Syrian refugee and father, Fahad, discusses the treacherous couple of years he and his family have endured since fleeing their home. Sleeping at a roadside with his wife and 5 children, all Fahad wishes for is safety and a place for his family to call home.
12-year-old Ndawona and her five siblings were left sleeping in a mud hut covered with dry grass. The poor condition of their shelter meant that it leaked every time it rained, forcing them to stand up in the middle of the nigh. Thanks to a local Health Committee trained by World Vision, the future is now looking brighter for the young family.
This February, World Vision Policy and Programmes Director David Westwood took a plane with Public Engagement Director Mathew Neville to visit just some of the people who have experienced the changes of sponsorship over the past few decades.
children learn to read and write using storytelling and community libraries. The children came
‘Where are the rights you promised us?’ ask children in report marking 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Steve is our Children's Communication Specialist, working with children in our projects around the world, to support them in developing their communication skills. In this blog, Steve shares some of the stories, directly from the children of Bangladesh along with pictures drawn by them:
they can support children to improve their storytelling skills. Here are a few real life stories
Sponsor a child from just 85p per day with World Vision. Find out how child sponsorship can end child poverty in the world’s poorest countries
Storytelling and creative activities to help them express
Our staff are passionate and determined to change the lives of children for good.
storytelling. Marcus Manuel Marcus Manuel has worked in
Steve Richards tells us a little more about his process in drawing compelling, emotional stories from the people we work with all over the world.
use visual anthropology and storytelling techniques to support children to develop
Steve Richards, our Children’s Communication Specialist, shares a story told to him by a village elder on his trip to Niger about the dried up river that he recalls in full flow.
Steve Richards, World Vision UK Children's Communications Specialist, shares stories from the children of India about monsoon season.
here in India to continue my storytelling mission with
Steve Richards, World Vision UK's Children's Communication Specialist, is in India hearing stories from the children of their desire - no, their RIGHT - to education.
Steve Richards, World Vision UK's Children's Communication Specialist shares some favourite stories and songs from the children he's recently been working with in Bolivia.