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Immense Joy
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Being a part of World Vision for over a year and sponsoring children in need, gave me immense joy. However I was on the lookout to provide some kind of help for those who are in urgent crisis. Just then I came to know about Real Gifts program through Facebook. And it was a great experience helping families in need. The joy that one gets out of getting a family out of a disaster is endless. And I strongly believe that, even if we can uplift one member in each family through this noble program, poverty will diminish from the whole country and its traces will disappear. I strongly recommend everyone to do their bit to bring the less fortunate out of poverty.
 
   
 
Charity should be everyday activity...
Posted by: Anand from chennai.
     
I am very happy by sponsoring a girl child and by helping family for their medical expenses by giving money to setup petty shop and for one another family to buy a cow for their income generation....
 
   
 
Impact Lives
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Its good to see that the small support that we extended has made great impact in the lives of many people.
 
   
 
Impact Lives
Posted by: Anonymous from Chennai.
     
Happy to donate towards the need of education..
 
   
 
Thank You
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I would like to thank World Vision and my sponsors who have supported me.
 
   
 
 
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House for Haseena


Haseena is a widow, living with her 2 children in a slum in Vijayawada. Her so Read More >>

 
 
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    A life transformed
    Sudamani was so addicted to alcohol that he was almost dead because of this habit. His addiction started when he was 20 years old ...


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    Overcoming Alcholism
    Karuppiah got a chance to taste alcohol at the age of 17 and he doesn’t remember how long it took him to become an alcoholic. No...


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    Baskets of Hope
    Hemanna’s bout with AIDS left him weak. In the beginning the disease took its toll on him which resulted in him having to quit w...


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    Surviving Adversity
    Annapurnamma lives in a remote village 150 kms from Bellary. Life is tough for her. A widow, she has to look after her children, c...


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    Empowered with Education
    Mamta comes from a remote village about 10 kms from Bellary where the Devadasi system still prevails. She lost her mother to AIDS....


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    A Green School
    The Ibrahimpur School is more than just a school. Its students are responsible for the way the community is shaping up. A gre...


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    Clean Water for a Village
    Clean drinking water is a very valuable commodity in most villages in India. In Ibrahimpur too the story was no different. With gr...


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    Tailoring a Better Future
    After the demise of her husband Binu was forced to manage the household as well as provide for the education of her children. Fulf...


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    Brewing Tea for Education
    Anamthu and Vishnu are two young boys aged 15 and 13 years respectively. These boys lost their father two years back. Being the so...


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    Weaving for Future
    The future looked grim for Valsala and her family. Her husband left her, leaving her to bring up their two children all alone. Val...


     
 
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    Guard against misuse of gender tests: Pratibha

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    Women’s status improved through tsunami recovery

    Three years down the line a World Vision survey finds that there is an increased involvement and leadership of women in issues of community and self as a result of intentional prog...Read more
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    The increase in allocation of budget for social sector to37% of the total plan outlay in the 2010 – 2011 Budget is appreciative. It reflects the government’s promise to the ‘...Read more
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