What Sponsorship Provides

When you sponsor a child, you give that child an opportunity to live without poverty

For about $1 a day, you help provide access to life-saving basics that change their future


Books, uniforms, classroom repairs, and training for teachers and parents provide a child with opportunities for the future.

Safe Water

Access to safe water through well-drilling, pumps, and training in hygiene and sanitation decreases child mortality and frees up time for education instead of water collection.

Nutritious Food

World Vision goes beyond food distributions but also focuses on creating sustainable food supplies through agricultural programs and nutritional training. Healthy children have more energy.

Improved Healthcare

Your sponsorship provides access to things like medical clinics, vaccinations, training in disease prevention and other health care programs.

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November 15, 2006




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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.

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