Narges Ghafary Communication Officer World Vision Afghanistan
The sound of children can be heard repeating the alphabet “Alef, B, T, Se, Jim, H, Kh, Dal, Zal....”
A room full of colourful and well-designed educational materials provides children many opportunities to challenge themselves through seeing, touching, feeling and moving. This room enables a group of children to enjoy their childhood together.
Kathmandu, Nepal: In one of the largest ever child consultations undertaken following a disaster, nearly 2,000 children who survived the earthquakes in Nepal have expressed fear and insecurity at having to live in tents and overcrowded shelters, anxiety about the risks to their health from unsanitary conditions, and worry about their future if they cannot return to school.
The cracks and damages around Purmina’s house, reminds her of the horrible earthquake that might have taken her life. “I’m not comfortable to stay at home, but my family chose to stay in the damaged house over putting up tents in an open space because we’re scared of leopards,” says 7-year-old Purmina.
Nepal Earthquake three months on: New report raises concerns over children’s psychological health
· An estimated 12,000 Nepalese children are trafficked every year, but since the two catastrophic earthquakes the threat is even higher.
· Read and/or download the World Vision/Plan International/Save the Children/UNICEF report here
WV Zambia has donated medical equipment and supplies worth US 55,294.1 to government towards Gender Based Violence Survivor Support (GBVSS).
Speaking when handing- over the supplies to the Minister of Community Development, Mother and Child Health Emerine Kabanshi, National Director Mark Kelly said World Vision emphasizes on appropriate care for survivors of GBV.
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Position to be located in any World Vision National office within the South Asia Pacific Region. Position location to be in a jurisdiction (country or US State) where WVI is registered to operate
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