Our Generation United: 9-11 June 2017

40 Hour Famine

Our Generation United: 9-11 June 2017

The children of Syria certainly didn’t start the war, but arguably they’re the generation that has suffered the most. Right now there are hundreds of thousands of children, just like us, with no homes, no schools, an uncertain future and shattered dreams.

This 40 Hour Famine we are uniting to show these children that they are not forgotten.  

Because if not us, then who?

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Millions of children face starvation

East Africa Hunger Crisis

Millions of children face starvation

Famine and conflict are having a devastating impact on 25 million people in East Africa. 

World Vision is there, providing hundreds of thousands of people clean water, food, and healthcare. But we need to reach more, and we can with your help. Your support today will save lives.

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For $45 a month we support the whole community through education, healthcare, water & sanitation facilities, food security and economic development opportunities to make change for the long term. 
 

Imagine your child dying because you couldn't feed her

Newshub journalist Michael Morrah travelled to East Africa with World Vision this month, reporting on the devastation and sharing some of the stories from the millions affected by the East Africa Hunger Crisis.

There he met Ms Molu (pictured) where she shared the pain of losing her youngest child simply because she wasn't getting enough food.

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Syria's children still dream of a brighter future 

The world is failing the children of Syria. Right now there are hundreds of thousands of children, just like us, with no homes, no schools and an uncertain future.

But that doesn’t stop them from dreaming of a bright future. 

Ghadir (pictured), 8, from Golan Heights in Sryia told us; “My biggest dream is that I want to be an English teacher, and go back to Syria where I can teach.”

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