WE RECENTLY TRAVELLED TO NICARAGUA

Weather Specialist Lyndsay Morrison and KooL 105.3 Morning Host Angie Hill
share their stories.



This summer, we traveled to Nicaragua with Weather Specialist Lyndsay Morrison and KooL 105.3 Morning Host Angie Hill. In Nicaragua, Lyndsay and Angie experienced what life is like for real children and families in the communities where World Vision works. Many children have benefitted from World Vision programs, but there is still much more that needs to be done! Click on the right to watch Lyndsay and Angie's stories.

The communities of Southwestern Ontario have the power to create a better world for children. Join your neighbours and friends in the Just One Child campaign and you can help a child to have a better future. Your support can really make a difference.

There are many children who struggle to survive every day in Nicaragua and around the world. While you can't help them all, you can help spark global change by sponsoring just one child.

SEE OUR WORK IN ACTION

FIND A CHILD TO SPONSOR

Birthday:
About Tayeba:

Gender:

Girl

Birthday:

November 15, 2006

Country:

Bangladesh

Chores:

Runs errands

Favourite Subject:

National language blah blah

Favourite Play:

Dolls

HOPE VILLAGE
HOPE VILLAGE

This child is part of Facebook Hope Village. Hope Village is a place to connect with other sponsors in your child's community, get updates on the community, and share your experiences with your social network.

Tayeba is a five-year-old girl who lives in Bangladesh.

Tayeba lives with her relatives. Both her parents died some time ago. Her relatives are pastoral nomadic people who live in the dry areas of the country. They have a family of their own and the extra care of this girl is difficult for them. Your sponsorship is an important part of the assistance given to help this girl and her caring relatives attain self-reliance for this is the development in which World Vision is involved.

You can make a difference in Tayeba's life for just $39 per month.

Sponsor Tayeba Now
Sponsor Tayeba Now
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CHILD PROTECTION IS TOP PRIORITY The community leaders from this country have requested that World Vision does not publish images of children awaiting sponsorship for cultural and/or security reasons. A welcome package will be mailed to you with the photo of your sponsored child.