A family recovering and rebuilding their lives after horrific violene and brutality. The daughter was abducted for 10 years, after escaping with her child and a bullet lodged in her body, she made it home. Her mother, WGEF client, is able to care for her and is now paying school fees for grandson.
During the ?Last Bell? event the graduates have beautiful habits . They wear T-shirts and their friends write their greetings, wishes and interesting stories about them with color pens on the T-shirts as a sweet memories.
You can see the labor children and a teacher in this photo who checks the children's knowledge. After checking teachers will decide from which level the children should start their studies.
Beside of basic education children get professions and the result you can see in the photo!
GoodWeave?s standard works to improve working conditions for adult weavers such as this woman, employed at an Indian weaving facility that GoodWeave inspects on a frequent, unannounced basis. The GoodWeave label is the best assurance that only adult artisans made such a beautiful rug.
This Indian woman is a skilled adult artisan that works to produce GoodWeave certified rugs. Weaving is an important income--generating activity in the carpet belts of India, Afghanistan and Nepal, where GoodWeave works to ensure ethical rug production and create educational opportunities.
Maya worked long hours weaving carpets before GoodWeave rescued her and restored her childhood. She is now a diligent student at a rehab center. Maya is among 3,700 children GoodWeave has rescued from exploitative work, and nearly 11,000 children to receive an education with GoodWeave?s support.
This is Lasudi. The photo was taken during a field visit when she was making words from Hindi alphabet which has a sound of 'ma'. Each child is asked to write as many words as they know with a specific alphabet in Hindi. Lasudi says "" I am so excited to attend school every day. I will be a teacher"".
Meera loves going to school. Monsoon or sun stroke nothing stops her from going to school. There are a number of other kids in her village, who also cross flowing streams during monsoons to attend a rural school regularly.
Paulo lost both his parents to AIDS, ran away from his aunty's home and was living on the streets of Kampala. At Retrak's drop-in center he was able to play and have catch-up lessons. Paulo was eventually resettled with his grandmother and little brother and is doing well in school.
Retrak's Learning Center provides the boys with an opportunity to gain basic literacy and numeracy skills and to be prepared for integration into mainstream schools.
This is at one of the AACT project schools at music workshop with our partners from the Guildhall School for Music and Drama in March 2012. Today kids still do the moves and sing the songs! They made the music, they made the texts, and they performed - with the trainers opening the creative doors.
This little lady is one of our Oud students in the AACT project. Here she is on stage at the final concert in June 2012, as one of the excellent students of this year. It was truly amazing to see the changes in the children and what they achieved after a mere 7 months of teaching.
This is one of the newly established school ensembles that established after only 7 months of individual lessons and one months of group work featuring different instruments. Making music together is a special challenge and a very special experience - and they did great!
AFCA donated three pregnant goats to Elaine, pictured here, who is raising 5 AIDS orphans. She was so excited, she broke out in dance.
This grandmother, raising AIDS orphans, received four hens and one rooster to help her and the children attain self-sufficiency.
These orphaned brothers received three goats in Zimbabwe. Along with the goats, they receive ongoing husbandry and veterinary training, support and counseling.
CSA supports the children in special need. the newly started home for sp. nd. kids in Pune, didn't had enough facilities, CSA extended the support in all possible way like toys,surgical equipment, water facility etc. The joy of receiving which is shown in this pic. is the strength of CSA.
CSA provids educational material and tuition to orphans. The kids benefited from this program, scored well in their studies and selected career like Engineering, Hotel Management etc.Boys from the photo has a dream of bright future. Your Support will led them closure to their dream.
There are kids for whom fruits are just a picture in book, eating them is a great luxury, many of them are unware of the test of it. CSA started to reach every seasonal fruit to every such child. You can see, now this drive, has helped the kids to understand fruits by it's test and smell as well.
Lower-caste daughter of a migrant quarry laborer receives remedial education to help her excel in public school.
Sarah and Joseph happy after participating in one of the junior assemblies debate, Children discuss issues affecting them and seek solutions, a drink activities them more.
Children are eager to come to school, many arrive an hour before class even starts. St. Vincent's takes a holistic approach to education, providing a solid educational foundation alongside two nutritious meals a day, recess, nap time, creative activities, and additional family support when needed.
For children living in Kibera, a safe space to run and play is almost nonexistent, which makes the daily recess in the nursery school's courtyard that much more important. Recess is the only time during the day in which children have the freedom to run, jump, and play.
Nursery school student, Fidel, listens to a speaker at the annual sports day. The festive event encourages fun and physical activity amongst the nursery school children. Physical education is just as important in a child's growth as what is learned in the classroom.
One needs a smiling face when dealing with customers. I have economic hardship but I'm happy, and doing a tiny business to keep going. This tiny business is all I have in life I have to take care of it well. When my business fall that's end!
A girl at Orchid Garden Nepal hanging up her artwork in the classroom.
Children thrive at the CYEC and enjoy the opportunity to learn, play and grow in a safe and healthy environment.
The mural arts program allows children to develop their creative side and adds color and joy to the Centre.
Following a long struggle to get back on their feet, a mother and daughter embrace in their newly furnished home after a visit to Community Warehouse. The daughter eats her lunch at their new kitchen table....a happy, hopeful moment for their family.
Two sisters giggle, side-by-side, in front of their brand new mattresses from Community Warehouse. These will accompany a basket full of colorful linens, pillows, and blankets in the car, ready to be made into cozy beds as soon as they get home.
This cheerful young fellow picks out brightly colored cups and a can opener, new additions to his kitchen (along with many other household items for his apartment that he received from Community Warehouse!)
Child helping clean his orphanage in Nepal. Orphanage is part of Global Reach International's projects to help children in need.
Orphans reacting to camera by Toby and David who volunteered in Nepal this past month.
Global Reach / Global Encounter Volunteer Toby from Texas shows new technology from America to orphans in Nepal.
VE Global recruits, trains and organizes volunteers from around the world to achieve our mission of fostering the positive development of children at social risk in Santiago. Our volunteers are a friendly, consistent presence with whom the children can talk, laugh and spend valuable time one-on-one.
VE Global strives to create brighter futures both for the children it serves and the volunteers who work with them by training volunteers to become educators and role models. Volunteers work at institutions like Domingo Savio, an after-school center in one of the more vulnerable areas of Santiago.
VE Global recruits and trains international volunteers to implement educational programs and act as positive role models for at-risk children in Santiago. Festival de Arte, an art festival hosted twice a year, provides a supportive space to build children?s confidence and show off their creativity.
In a culture that normally emphasizes rote learning, TYO kids get to explore and engage with their learning, creating a foundation for future educational success. In their science classes, our kids had the time of their lives using what they learned to build booming volcanoes!
At TYO, kids are given a safe, nurturing place where they are encouraged to break the mold of rote learning and creatively express what they think about themselves, their community of Nablus, and how it is connected to the world. Here, students use art to express community.
At the TYO, children are given a safe place to play, learn, and express themselves. Here one of our kindergarten students pauses to show how much she's enjoying a day in Tulkarem. Creative play like this is essential for children's learning and social development- and how could you deny that smile!
Pupils of Glenn Paige Nonkilling School (kazimia) are praying to God at the site of their school under constuction for donors and to finish construction.
Two pupils pose merrily on the foundation of their school building.
Pupils are returning from the site of their school where they were praying. They are optimistic and cheerful.
We asked our children to take photos to show what CCHP is about, this one is of one of our girls enjoying a donated English book from our small library. Education like English learning helps lift our children out of the poverty so often faced here in Cambodia.
We asked our children to take photos to show what CCHP is about, this one is of one of our children practicing a flute. Music is a great way for of children to relax and learn a talent that needs no translation.
Studying can be done any where but its always nice to have friends to join you. These are some of our children getting ready for their ninth grade exams while still enjoying the beautiful day in the back yard of our children's home.
A family recovering and rebuilding their lives after horrific violence and brutality. The daughter was abducted for 10 years, after escaping with her child and a bullet lodged in her body, she made it home. Her mother, WGEF client, is able to care for her and is now paying school fees for grandson.
One of the girls at the hostel for at-risk girls in Nepal. This girl, just ten years old was a victim of sexual abuse in her home. She now lives in our hostel and goes full-time to Orchid Garden as a student.
?Child living in natural caves in Morocco?. These underprivileged children often live alone with their mother under very difficult conditions in the mountains, especially during winter. They rarely go to school and they have little hope for their future.
??Don?t leave me alone?? could say this little boy. Every child should be at the heart of a secure, loving, long-term relationship with a parent or carer, who provides positive guidance, trust and support.; and should live in a family that will support him to reach his full potential.
?The pride of being at school? Many girls in rural area in Morocco do not go to school. This little girl knows how lucky she is to study in a good environment.
Complementing the pediatric services, food is provided in a monthly basis and this picture represents the importance of the school and the programs for the children. It is essential for keeping them children active and awake supporting their educational aspect as well as the health needs.
Each visit done by our project renews the hope for the children. After a farewell party with the doctors, the child is looking them through the windows preparing for leaving. They will back and will continue providing the pediatric services for him, his friend and classmates.
Children do not have access to a health programs. During the revisions, Doctors take a care also of cases where children have suffered an accident like the one shown in the picture (burn in his right wrist). In their precarious situation a small injury could became a live risk situation.
A smiling angel. At Surgeons of Hope, we provide poor children in Latin America with life-saving heart surgery. We give infants like this angel the chance to reach adulthood and bring hope to them, their parents and the local community. In the end, we are all rewarded with a priceless smile.
What a brave little boy. He underwent several hours of life-saving heart surgery, thanks to Surgeons of Hope?s work in Latin America. He is resting comfortably in the arms of his cuddle bear. Just one surgery has transformed his life for the better: now he can live the life of a child.
Thumbs up to our donors who save the lives of hundreds of indigent children in Latin America and bring hope to them and their families. This little girl?s smile is for all of you who, like us, believe that children should not be denied life-saving cardiac surgery?under any circumstances.
There is no greater love than the love of a Mother. A Mentor Mother & an Udayan child sharing a light-hearted moment in a Sunshine Home in Delhi.
Every child needs to feel being loved,cared & protected. That?s the key to a happy & healthy childhood. A little Udayan Girl enjoying the same and growing up in a loving family environment. Udayan Care has nurtured 272 children since last 18 years.
Children blossom when they?re encouraged. Udayan children study in best schools, they pursue their passion & are always motivated to try new things.
Janati does not take her education for granted. She approaches her education with curiosity, focus, and pride. It is evident from the work she completes, and the test scores she receives. Janati has big dreams, and your support of The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project will help her achieve those dreams.
Young chakma girl attending a class in Boddishata school. Many children in this region do not have access to education. Especially, the Chakma minority is discriminated against. Thanks to this project, chakma children can enjoy a unique education system.
P.Kalidass is an 11 years HIV/AIDS infected child. His father died due HIV/AIDS infection and his mother is living with HIV/AIDS positive. His health test showed that CD4 was very low. Now his CD4 is increased and his health condition is good by taking the nutrition food as we are providing it now.
Help enrol Children in School These four children were loitering in their community instead of being in school. INGH?s project is working to help children like them who are not in school and are at risk of being trafficked and used in fishing to be enrolled into schools.
A Sense of Longing The two boys in the background head off to school. The three children in the picture are not in school. INGH is providing their required school supplies and levies to enable them go to school in September. This is a sure way to protect these children from abusers and traffickers.
A young girl idling under a tree This girl was sitting under a tree instead of being in school. Children like this young girl are at risk of being trafficked into fishing. This is where INGH comes in to ensure that she is protected from both Traffickers and other Abusers, by placing her in school.
A girl fills a plastic bottle with tap water. Solar Water Disinfection is a simple method to disinfect drinking water: Water is filled in common soft drink bottles and exposed to sunlight for at least six hours, making it thus safe for consumption.
A mother from Santa Cruz (Bolivia) is teaching her child to wash hands with very little water. The mobile hand washing stations promoted by the SODIS Foundation help saving lives and at the same time make very efficient use of our most precious resource: water.
Valent?n Choquehanca is posing in front of the newly established ""healthy corner"" at his school. At the healthy corner, safe drinking water is stored, alongside with items of personal hygiene. Water disinfection and hand washing are two simple solutions to improve health of children like Valent?n.
We believe that every child has a right to clean water, and that we would never serve a child a glass of water we would not serve our own children. Wouldn't you agree?
Kids in Cambodia crowd around this new addition to their school--a glass of clean, safe water. Clean water is but the first rung on the ladder of life's opportunity.
One of the first 'indicators of success' in getting clean water flowing is that moment when the children begin to splash each other. Where safe water was once scarce, there is now enough not just to drink and wash hands, but to play.