Photo by Nicole Starkey.
A girl washes her hands at a new sink at her Cambodia school. Not having proper facilities is a deterrent for girls attending schools.
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In honor of Thanksgiving in the United States, we’re posting this picture of World Education-supported students in India! A balanced meal helps children concentrate in school.
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930,000 children in Tanzania, have been classified as most vulnerable children. This boy, supported by the Bantwana Initiative, is one of those who receives a number of services to support his health and education.
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Photo by the Ghana Focus Region Health Project (FRHP).
Through the Ghana Focus Region Health Project (FRHP), World Education is managing maternal, newborn, and child health training activities and strengthening community-based health planning services in focus areas.
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Photo by Carol Lea
A woman with her daughter as part of the South India Girl Child Initiative.
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Photo by Robin Hammond.
Without proper nutrition, health care, education, psychosocial support, and legal protection, children in Uganda face diminished chances of growing up into healthy and productive individuals. The Bantwana Initiative is responding to these challenges.
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Photo by World Education Staff.
Approximately two million children in Tanzania are classified as most vulnerable children, and 40% are estimated to be orphans as a result of AIDS. The Bantwana Initiative works to strengthen the comprehensive care for these children.
Here, a boy receives a health assessment through the Pamoja Tuwalee project in Tanzania.
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