[Photos] Building a better world for children

How do we build a better world for children? The first step is to understand the issues impacting their lives; then, to have hope that situations can improve; then, to provide opportunities to bring about that change.

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Last summer, we gave our interns, Catherine Cocke and Chelsea Conrad, the freedom to create some visual content for our social media efforts.

Inspired by World Vision’s holistic community development model, they ended up launching a 16-week campaign on our Facebook page that gives Americans the opportunity to learn, to be inspired, and to act. Here’s what they came up with:

Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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Building a better world for children | World Vision Blog

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View the original campaign of "building a better world" visual concepts on our Facebook page.

Read more on the World Vision Blog about: child sponsorship Community development

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