Zimbabwe network builds for the future

Sixty more children from Harare’s slums can now go back to school thanks to a building project supported by generous grants from a church in the UK and the Australian Embassy. Continue reading

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Birth registration boost in Guatemala

More than 8,000 marginalized children in Guatemala have been officially registered during the past nine months, thanks to the dedication and influence by Red Viva Guatemala. Continue reading

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Learning to include children with special needs

Being open to change isn’t always easy, but it’s being embraced positively by 20 church leaders in Costa Rica who are taking part in Viva’s Celebrating Children course. Continue reading

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Raising standards of care for children in Kampala

More than 30 community leaders including police officers, social workers, headteachers, church pastors and NGO directors joined together for a three-day, tailor-made training session focused on people care and child protection, run by CRANE, Viva’s partner network in Uganda. Continue reading

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Churches mobilizing against trafficking

Thousands of people across Asia are now educated on trafficking. Nepalese girls are leading the way in raising awareness. Five children have just been rescued from a life of slavery.

This is the work of Viva’s StandOut campaign – along with our supporters we are committed to fighting against child sexual exploitation. Continue reading

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Businesses are key to keeping children safe in Nepal

Being a woman is hard in Kanchanpur, one of Nepal’s poorest districts. This is where Sunita and her three daughters live. Whilst Sunita’s husband Japu works all day in the fields, Sunita doesn’t have any means to earn a living. Continue reading

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