Cherry (16), Myanmar
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Slavery shouldn't exist in a modern society. Today, more people are living in slavery than ever before. Out of an estimated 40 million, one-in-four are children. Children who need your help.
Slavery is happening right now, in our corner of the world, in our supply chains. Two-thirds of all people living in slavery are in the Asia-Pacific region, where the things we use every day are made.
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COVID-19 is creating a crisis unlike any we’ve known before.
As a part of our biggest ever global emergency response, World Vision has partnered with Oxfam, Christian World Service, and The Anglican Movement Diocese of Wellington, to call on our government to increase foreign aid in the wake of COVID-19.
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