Hope, dignity and purpose

A step-by-step pathway to end poverty U Maung and Daw Tin live with their five children in Kayin State, Myanmar. U Maung relies on odd jobs in the community for an income. They lived in a poorly built bamboo home, which collapse, forcing them to…

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Yarning Circle

First Nations students find positives during COVID-19 through StarKids and World Vision. Despite 2020 being a turbulent year for young people as they learned to live with COVID-19 and lockdowns, Young Mob still proved to be a positive experience for the students at three schools…

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Strong culture, strong kids

First Nations youth learn about their culture through StarKids and World Vision. “My name is Jarnae. I am in year 5 and I am 11 years old. My mobs are Dharawal and Wiradjuri. I have been in Young Mob for 1 year”. Young Mob is…

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SAVING FOR THE FUTURE

Vulnerable families in Asia find pathways out of poverty with financial education supported by StarKids and World Vision. The largest city in Myanmar, one of south-east Asia’s least urbanised countries, Yangon has experienced rapid population growth in recent years and is set to have up…

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ONE FOR THE BOOKS

StarKids and World Vision are helping children access better education by supporting them with activities such as reading camp Living in Cambodia’s Takeo province, nine-year-old Phea is the eldest child in her family of five. After a week at school, Phea spends an hour every…

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Families in Vietnam are overcoming malnutrition and disease with support from StarKids and World Vision. Twenty-two-year-old Trung lives in a small town in the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi, and her son, Linh, is just over three years old. A few months after giving birth to…

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VISION OF HOPE

Vulnerable Asian children are building a better future for themselves with the support of StarKids and World Vision Knot’s friends call him “Supphakit”, or Superkid. At 14, he’s lesser in physical stature than children his age but makes up for it in character and personality….

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EMPOWERING YOUTH THROUGH CULTURE

StarKids and World Vision are helping Indigenous youth reconnect to their roots through programs like Young Mob. Young Janaya stands atop a boulder in the middle of outback Northern Territory pointing into the distance while two of her friends look on. A few yards away,…

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BOUNCING BACK FROM DISASTER

Earthquake-ravaged families in Indonesia are picking up the pieces of their lives with the help of StarKids and World Vision. Nine-year-old Nadine recounts how a 7.4 magnitude earthquake shook her community in Sulawesi, an island in Indonesia, in September 2018. “I was alone inside the…

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FLOWER POWER IN MYANMAR

A woman in rural Myanmar leads her family to prosperity with the help of StarKids and World Vision. Outside Yangon in rural Myanmar, 36-year-old Thin Thin Mar manages a flower farm on a hectare of land. Like many women, she juggles multiple responsibilities, hoping to…

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