Why World Vision? Life in all its fullness

Around the world, there are 115 million children trapped in hazardous child labor, and millions more are victims of abuse and other forms of exploitation. Under such conditions, children cannot experience fullness of life. World Vision works to protect children by preventing exploitation and abuse, by restoring children that have been abused, and by speaking out about child protection issues.

Today’s infographic illustrates our work in this sector.

 

Why World Vision? Life in all its fullness | World Vision Blog (Photo: World Vision)

 

Check back throughout the week for posts from our Advocacy team in Washington D.C., perspectives on our work, and an interview on Friday with one of our Child Protection specialists!

If you missed any posts from the first four weeks of our “Why World Vision?” campaign, you can find them all at the link above — including infographics, stories from the field, and Q&As with our experts!


Child sponsorship is the cornerstone of World Vision's approach to community development. Join us! Change a child’s life for good. Sponsoring a child helps provide life-saving basics as well as protection from abuse and exploitation. Consider sponsoring a child today!

Along with our Why World Vision? campaign, we introduced our limited-edition T-shirt line to support the campaign through a partnership with Jedidiah Clothing. Don’t miss the designs for Child Protection!

 

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